Trinity Financial Sports & Entertainment Management Company (2000-2020)
Trinity Financial Sports & Entertainment Management Company, LLC, was a division of Peter Grandich & Company that provided individual, business, retirement and estate planning services to entertainers and professional athletes. The company was founded in the year 2000 and was voluntarily “retired” at the end of 2020.
In early 2000, Peter Grandich would meet two-time NY Giants Super Bowl champion Lee Rouson. Lee told Peter that God had introduced the two of them so they could form a money management firm for Christian professional athletes that would go well beyond just managing money, Trinity Financial Sports & Entertainment Management Company, LLC.
Trinity Financial quickly began to make a profound footprint within the world of professional sports. Throughout the years, the company built an impressive Advisory Board that included the likes of New York Jets great Joe Klecko, New York Giants Ring of Honor member Jessie Armstead, U.S. Soccer legend Christie Pearce Rampone, three-time Stanley Cup winner Ken Daneyko, Super Bowl champion David Tyree, philanthropist/entrepreneur Eric LeGrand, former New York Ranger Nick Fotiu and former NFL quarterback Ray Lucas, among many others. Additionally, Trinity Financial consistently held public events that featured many notable professional athletes throughout the Tri-State Area.
Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.
As Peter Grandich enters what he refers to as being the “Twilight” of his professional career, he decided to shut down Trinity Financial in late 2020, due to the inability to intertwine his faith with professional sports teams and athletes that were enacting social and political actions that went counter to Christian teachings.