“What I love about my job is helping young men to build their brand! Whether it’s national TV or radio interviews, appearances, commercials or endorsements, I love helping our clients receive the recognition they deserve, sharing their stories, or putting them with businesses and/or charities that they have an authentic connection to. Each client is different and I love developing and then implementing a plan for them.”
Teddi Domann received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Kansas in 1985. Additionally, Teddi has worked for a Fortune 100 global company, McDonald’s Corporation, a top 40 Advertising Agency, Bernstein-Rein Advertising, and one of the best Olympic Committees in the world, the United States Olympic Committee.
In pursuit of a specialized career in sports marketing, she joined Sports America, Inc. in Washington, D.C. where she was director of McDonald’s All-American High School Basketball Game, NFL Quarterback Awards Dinner and annual McDonald’s Capital Classic All-Star Game, which included live television programming on ESPN and coordinating an annual visit to the White House and Capital Hill.
Among Teddi’s most distinguished honors include: Sports Business Journal’s Top 25 Women in Sports Marketing in 2000 (and Honorable Mention in 1999), McDonald’s President’s Awards for Teamwork for contributions to McDonald’s successful 1996 and 2000 Olympics campaigns.
She lives in Colorado Springs, CO, with her husband Craig, and their three children, Rylee, JoJo and Brock. Teddi’s hobbies include teaching aerobics, walking/hiking, horseback riding, family photo memories, and supporting and encouraging their three children in the pursuit of their dreams.
“Many people say, ‘It’s just business.’ It’s not for us. It’s about helping young men pursue their dreams and it is the personal relationship and lifelong friendships we develop with our clients and their families – that’s what drives us.”