Author Rob Prazmark’s New Book, “The Olympics Don’t Take American Express,” is Insider’s View of the Multibillion-Dollar World of Sports and Sophisticated Dealmaking –

Davidson, NC, January 30, 2024 –(– Rob Prazmark, a lifelong Buffalo Bill fan who spent forty years in the major leagues of multimillion dollar dealmaking on a global and national level has completed his new book, “The Olympics Don’t Take American Express: The Birth of Mega Sport Sponsorships, Part One. He has represented properties, from the Olympic Games to FIFA’s World Cup to Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys during their glory Super Bowl days. This is an entertaining memoir of his extraordinary career. Thus far Rob has raised over $3.8 Billion in revenue for his clients. In 2004, Sports Business Journal recognized him as the 8th most powerful executive in the Olympic Games-Worldwide.

This book is about an ordinary guy who lives an extraordinary life representing some of the greatest properties in the world, working with an amazing range of characters. From Jerry Jones to Mitt Romney to Juan Antonio Samaranch to Mark McCormack, the book tracks hunting the big game and the games that are played at the highest levels. The book could be called “Tales from the Crypt” and serves as a teaching tool for all that want to enter the field of sports and event marketing, business, and all salespeople in this country and around the world.

Published by Page Publishing, Rob Prazmark’s engrossing and entertaining book is a must-read.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Olympics Don’t Take American Express: The Birth of Mega Sport Sponsorships, Part One” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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