Buffalo Brand Invigoration Group (formerly Buffalo Communications)- the full service. global agency representing golf, sport and lifestyle brands, destinations and communities- has promoted Glenn Gray to Director. In his new position, Gray will evolve into Buffalo’s sport practice while maintaining lead on select golf clients. He will also assume an increased role in corporate strategy and business development. In his most recent position as Manager, Glenn has engineered successful PR and marketing programs for major brands across the golf, tennis, fitness, association, hospitality and luxury sectors worldwide.
“The skills Glenn has gained as a high-level college athlete and soccer coach align perfectly with Buffalo’s winning philosophy,” says Rich Katz, Managing Director of Buffalo BIG. “He combines creativity and sound business practices to inspire colleagues, consistently identify opportunities and give measurable results for clients.”
A graduate of the University of Mary Washington with a Masters in Sports Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University, Gray joined the Buffalo team in 2010, following marketing and PR positions with Nike, Octagon Athletes & Personalities and the Hank Haney International Junior Golf Academy. Glenn holds a U.S. Soccer Federation “A” Coaching License and was recently named to Sports Launch Magazine’s “Thirty under 30” list.
“Our boutique agency approach engages hundreds of millions of passionate sports fans each year through proven media partnerships,” says Gray. “The worlds of public relations as well as digital and social media evolve daily and Buffalo is ahead of the curve.”
A 30 person firm headquartered outside Washington D.C., Buffalo has offices in New York, Boston, Minneapolis, Richmond, Raleigh and San Antonio. For more than 14 years, Buffalo has helped create and execute strategies to connect brands to their unique target audiences.
For more information on Buffalo Brand Invigoration Group you may call 703-761-1444 or visit www.BuffaloBIG.com.
eSouthernGOLF.com wants to congratulate our friend Glen Gray on his well-deserved promotion