KEVIN DAILEY NAMED ABA SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
The American Basketball Association (ABA) today appointed Kevin Dailey as Senior Project Manager for the league. “Since the day that Kevin reserved his market for the Inland Empire Emperors last year, he has shown a tremendous amount of initiative and creatIvity,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. “The ABA is always focused on developing new concepts for sports and entertainment and Kevin is the right person to help exploit some of the possibilities. We have so many exciting things on the drawing board.”
A successful salesman and entrepreneur from humble beginnings, Kevin developed a strong work ethic and learned to support himself at an early age. His career led him into Project Management with First Choice Development and to become a systems engineer at CBRE. He played an integral role in the establishment of the Alkebulan Cultural Center in Pasadena CA.
He has worked on social injustice projects in the US and Africa with leaders like Nelson and Winnie Mandela, Bishop Desmond Tutu and has volunteered countless hours serving his community by feeding the homeless and coaching youth basketball.
Kevin has been instrumental with ABA expansion involved with the Oxnard Orcas, High Desert Pumas, Coachella Valley Heatwave, South Bay Sharks, Pasaden Rosethorns, Laughlin Heatwave,Texas Buffalo Soldiers, Tuskegee Engineers, Kentucky Thorobreds, Atlantic City Tide and is overseeing the development of the ABA Caribbean League as well sd the ABA Jump Off Tournament on Nov 7. Other initiatives include ABA Player Profiles and a new ABA reality TV show.
“I mix science, art and a whole lot of prayer,” added Dailey. “The results are innovative,
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