Currently a baseball analyst for ESPN on SportsCenter, executive vice president/senior advisor with the San Diego Padres, and a noted motivational speaker Winfield is a prominent sports figure with a devoted following. With an existing well established fan base, and the booming popularity of social media, Winfield felt it was the perfect time to make the transition. In April, Winfield selected One Social Media LLC. to assist with the personal branding and evolution of his social media platforms and the renovation of his website.
“Social media lifts the veil of traditional media and allows me to make more intimate connections on both a personal and business level,” said Winfield
For Winfield it was important to communicate and establish relationships with people himself, aligning this with One Social Media’s strategic insight and extraordinary team to produce a final product with Winfield’s distinctive personality.
“It is absolutely imperative that celebrities manage their online reputation,”
Winfield recently launched his website www.davewinfieldhof.com, and is establishing relationships and communicating with fans through utilization of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
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Dave Winfield's is hailed as one of the greatest athletes ever to play professional sports, he is one of only 7 players in the history of Major League Baseball to reach over 3,000 hits and over 450 home runs. He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001 -- his first year of eligibility.
Dave is currently a baseball analyst for ESPN on SportsCenter, and a guest contributor on ESPN radio, Mike & Mike in the morning, etc. He is also Executive VP/Sr. Advisor with the San Diego Padres. He serves on the board of a few privately held companies after being a fast food franchisee and small business owner for years. He is also an Ambassador for the Ritz Carlton Destination Clubs.
With his unique and compelling sports, business and life experiences, this resume has made him into a much sought after keynote speaker.
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