Royalty Tours USA

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Royalty meets up with Jason Grilli, the baseball player and businessman!

Jason Grilli
Back in March, a friend of ours, Jean Ann Harrison, was on Twitter. She was tweeting about the Syracuse basketball team. She noticed a baseball player was cheering for her team. She decided to reach out to him and it started a dialogue on how they became 'Cuse fans. Ironically she found out that he grew up a few towns away from where she grew up. One thing lead to another and now their business partners.

Jean Ann was working crazy hours and she needed a change in her life. She's happens to be a technology guru.

By joining forces with Jason Grilli, who has pitched in the major leagues in the past for the Florida Marlins, Detroit Tigers and the Colorado Rockies she's planning on her enjoying life more than ever before.

Jason injured his knee and missed the 2010 season and he's on the road to return to the major leagues. With that being said, he signed a minor league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies before spring training started. By doing so, he was assigned to the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, the Phillies Triple A affiliate in the International League.

He has pitched great so far this season. He has a nasty sinker that's been clocked at 98 MPH. His earned run average is a mere one run per nine innings. With that being said, it only a matter of time before he gets his call up back to the Major Leagues.

Fortunately for us, he hasn't gotten that call just yet, but he did get a call from his partner Jean Ann and she told him that her friends we're going to be in Allentown, PA. He told her I'll leave them tickets for the game. All they have to do is go to the will call window to pick them up. Upon our arrival at the ballpark, four tickets were waiting for us.

What a nice gesture that was by Jason. Once we got inside the park, we went out to the bullpen to find him so we could personally thank him and we wished him good luck on his return.

In the meantime, off the field Jason decided to start his own business called Perfect Pitch Marketing.

Their focus is to "strike out the competition" by offering to help local business owners who want to have a strong presence in online searches by utilizing mobile techniques.

They plan to make money by servicing their clients through mobile websites. They monitor web presence and keep track of the statistics so when they meet up with their clients once a month they can tell them how they can optimize their business further.

If you're interested in this great opportunity, let me know and I'll get you in contact with Jean Ann so she can get you all the details so you can pursue it at your convenience.

With all the technological breakthroughs these days, going mobile is the way to succeed going forward. Your cell phone is just as important as your keys and your wallet when you leave home to take on the world everyday.

This is a new trend that's in the beginning stages. When it takes off, you'll be right in the middle of it. The future is bright. Wait and see.

Thank you for reading and following along.

Yours truly,

Gary Herman

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gary, so glad you and all the guys had such a great time. I loved the seats you got too, always fun to watch a game behind home plate! Jason is such a good guy.

Oh, and Jason and I met last March, during March Madness, and this Feb became partners in Perfect Pitch Marketing. As we both are from Syracuse area we naturally bonded quickly. I couldn't ask for a better partner.

Jason should soon be getting off the DL and I am expecting him to get picked up by another team shortly thereafter. He deserves to be pitching in the Show! His style can benefit any team and any ballpark even in Cincy, PNC and other HR ballparks.

If anyone is interested in discovering more about improving your business' presence on internet searches. Also we can help you utilize mobile technology to gain new customers while increasing loyal customers' business transactions. Feel free to check out our Facebook fan page, LinkedIn group or even Jason's own website at: