Trinity Financial, Sports & Entertainment Management Company, a division of Peter Grandich and Company, officially announced today that it has added Jeffrey L. Jordan to the Trinity Financial Advisory Board.
“After already being greatly blessed to form what I believe is the single best partnership in our company’s history with Sportika Sports, the good Lord added a tremendous bonus by quickly allowing a wonderful friendship to blossom with Sportika’s CEO Jeffrey Jordan,” said Peter Grandich, owner of Peter Grandich Company and Trinity Financial, Sports & Entertainment Management Company. “I am truly honored that Jeff will also now join our Trinity team of well-known professional athletes.”
Jordan currently works as the CEO of Sportika Sports, which is a 170,000 square-feet venue in Freehold, N.J. Conceived as a fully encompassing sports complex solution to satisfy the demand of both elite and recreational athletes, Sportika boasts a full-sided indoor soccer field and seven basketball courts that can host any hardwood sport. Their state-of-the-art facility is also home to an academic center, a sports performance and physical therapy center, Youth Mentoring Academy, corporate meeting rooms and event spaces.
“I am honored to join the Trinity Financial Advisory Board, as well as having the opportunity to work closely with Peter Grandich,” said Jordan. “I am humbled that I will be able to share my voice, commitment and passion for youth development with others who share the same vision.”
Jordan is a social entrepreneur who has a vast history in business and brand development, particularly in the health, wellness and youth development industry. Among his past business interests and executive leadership positions, he founded The Goodworx Foundation, a non-profit organization that provided mentoring and educational services to children and young adults. Additionally, he established Nourished Life Design in 2011, which is a holistic health and life coaching practice that concentrates on nutrition and family wellness.
In addition to collaborating on the Trinity Financial Advisory Board, Grandich and Jordan also work together on programming at Sportika. In particular, the two gentlemen develop curriculum for student-athletes and their families, with Grandich focused on providing educational services that are related to financial literacy. The initiative falls directly in line with the overall Sportika philosophy to administer services to student-athletes that will develop them on both the academic and sports performance fronts, ensuring that they are fully prepared for college despite whether or not they choose to play athletics.
Make sure to check out SportikaSports.com to hear about the latest developments at their impressive facility.