Hall Of Fame Resort (NASDAQ: HOFV) Hires Erica Muhleman As Executive Vice President

Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: HOFV) has chosen Erica Muhleman as its executive vice president of New Business Development/Marketing and Sales. Ms. Erica has a deep knowledge of sports. Erica Muhleman is a strong addition to the Hall of Fame Resort’s team because she has a strong background in sports.

Erica has recently affiliated with HOFV after serving in Pegula Sports and entertainment as Executive VP of business development for the company. Ms. Muhleman has worked on various initiatives there and also organized profitable activities.

Before joining Pegula Sports she has also worked as VP of Corporate Partnerships for the Buffalo Bills. She has not only managed the multi-million dollar sponsorship but also paly a very important role in relation to corporate partners. Previously, she served as an account director in IMG. In IMG her duty is to control the company’s annual multi-million dollar budget.

If we look at her educational background, Ms. Muhleman completed her Master of Arts in Marketing from Cleveland State University, & her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Ohio University.

Shares of Hall of Fame & Entertainment Company traded up 22.40% as it gains +0.84 on Wednesday. It has a closing price of $4.59. In the past 52-weeks of trading, this company’s stock has fluctuated between the low of $3.58 and a high of $12.31. It has traded up 28.22% from its 52-weeks low and traded down -62.71% from its 52-weeks high. Looking at its liquidity, this firm has a current ratio of 0.20. Hall of Fame and Entertainment Company market cap has remained high, hitting 151.75 million.

Ms. Erica has earlier-directly worked with large companies leadership executive and business partners including National Basketball Association (NBA), Professional Golf Association (PGA), National Football League (NFL), & the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL).

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