nexgoal.gif2013NexGoal288102.gifNexGoal is very excited to announce that their first franchise group has completed the NexGoal training camp! NexGoal’s first franchise is located in the great sports state of Michigan and will be captained by Jack Vivian. Mr. Vivian has built a 44 year career in the development and management of public assembly and sports facilities. He has also provided design and operational advice to hundreds of owners, architects and engineers worldwide. Jack was a former hockey player and the first Hockey Coach of Bowling Green State University.

Everyone on the NexGoal team is celebrating the first training camp completion in which Jack and his first hire Nick Martens graduated.

Jack and Nick will be working with NexGoal’s support staff and NexGoal’s corporate trainer Doug Beaboutthroughout their start up months and for many successful years to come.

 “I am excited about the opportunity to continue my lifelong efforts of placing former university and professional athletes in career positions.  Kevin and Brad have developed a detailed, easy to operate, turnkey method that matches the career aspirations and skill sets with the employer needs.”

– Jack Vivian

 Please call Jack and Nick at their Michigan office at (313) 334-4668 for any of your recruiting needs.

 Also, if you would like information on other NexGoal franchise opportunities please click here

 

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