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Marvin Tomlin

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Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company

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Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company

611 East Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee, Wisconsin,53202

United States

Company Description

The mission of the Northwestern Mutual Foundation is to improve the lives of children and families in need. The Foundation has given more than $300 million since its inception in 1992 and is designed to create lasting impact in the communities where the compan...more

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United National Gridiron League


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The United National Football League

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BirminghamProSports.com

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Alabamians love football and the state deserves pro football," UNFL co-founder Marvin Tomlin said.
Tomlin said a possibility would be Hoover's Regions Park, which seats 15,000 for football. "I'd rather have people not able to get in the game than have to play in a half-full stadium," said Tomlin. The league's goal is to average between 15,000 and 30,000 fans a game. Like the AAFL had planned to do, the UNFL will try to obtain leases to play in college stadiums that are sitting dormant and have a built in fan base nearby. "We want to grab that college crowd because most of these players will be right out of college. We want to have a college community support their professional franchise, Tomlin said. The UNFL plans to play a ten game season in January through April, bridging the gap between the Super Bowl and the National Football League's draft, which previously had been football-free. This timeframe was chosen in an effort to provide its players maximum exposure prior to the NFL Draft. Each of the teams will have a 60-man roster that will be comprised of a maximum of 40 I-A players, allowing for a minimum of 20 players from I-AA programs or below to be evaluated. Tomlin said the UNFL will be a development league for players who go undrafted by the NFL or wish to improve their draft status immediately after concluding college careers. Pace and Tomlin began thinking about forming a new league in 2006 when two small-school players they represented went undrafted by the NFL. "We want to build a brand regionally first and then take it nationally," Tomlin said. Its business model centers on selling franchises and buying a franchise costs $1.5 million. Tomlin expects tickets to sell for about $11 a game. Tomlin, who played briefly in the Canadian Football League, and league President Ben Eison are New Haven, Connecticut businessmen who are providing the funding for the league. Tomlin says the league will try to establish itself as a Triple-A version of the NFL with the long-term goal of partnering with the established league to help develop talent. "We'll prove we're different. Most of the reasons why other leagues failed is because they tried to compete with NFL markets. We can't compete against the NFL financially. I tell everyone that theres one professional football league, and thats the National Football League, Tomlin said. We will, however, use this time period to engage previous investors as well as entertain new ones," said Marvin Tomlin, the UNGL's co-founder and CEO. Woody Widenhofer, team Alabama's head coach, said he is more encouraged than ever there will be a league. "I think they learned a little bit of a lesson and they're doing it right. Make sure you have the money in the bank before we get started," Widenhofer said. March 2009 Marvin Tomlin, CEO of the UNGL, releases a statement saying the UNGL will delay the kickoff of their inaugural season to May 3, 2009. According to Tomlin, the UNGL's "investor groups" have asked the league to delay the start date. In an e-mail to players attributed to UNGL CEO Marvin Tomlin, the reason given was their difficulty in obtaining the necessary financing. We are committed to creating opportunities for players and providing a high level of competition where everything counts and players are playing for their futures, said Marvin Tomlin, UNGL co-founder.


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Marvin Tomlin, CEO, United National Football League


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Alabamians love football and the state deserves pro football," UNFL co-founder Marvin Tomlin said.
Tomlin said a possibility would be Hoover's Regions Park, which seats 15,000 for football. "I'd rather have people not able to get in the game than have to play in a half-full stadium," said Tomlin. The league's goal is to average between 15,000 and 30,000 fans a game. Like the AAFL had planned to do, the UNFL will try to obtain leases to play in college stadiums that are sitting dormant and have a built in fan base nearby. "We want to grab that college crowd because most of these players will be right out of college. We want to have a college community support their professional franchise," Tomlin said. The UNFL plans to play a ten game season in January through April, bridging the gap between the Super Bowl and the National Football League's draft, which previously had been football-free. This timeframe was chosen in an effort to provide its players maximum exposure prior to the NFL Draft. Each of the teams will have a 60-man roster that will be comprised of a maximum of 40 I-A players, allowing for a minimum of 20 players from I-AA programs or below to be evaluated. Tomlin said the UNFL will be a development league for players who go undrafted by the NFL or wish to improve their draft status immediately after concluding college careers. Pace and Tomlin began thinking about forming a new league in 2006 when two small-school players they represented went undrafted by the NFL. "We want to build a brand regionally first and then take it nationally," Tomlin said. Its business model centers on selling franchises and buying a franchise costs $1.5 million. Tomlin expects tickets to sell for about $11 a game. Tomlin, who played briefly in the Canadian Football League, and league President Ben Eison are New Haven, Connecticut businessmen who are providing the funding for the league. Tomlin says the league will try to establish itself as a Triple-A version of the NFL with the long-term goal of partnering with the established league to help develop talent. "We'll prove we're different. Most of the reasons why other leagues failed is because they tried to compete with NFL markets. We can't compete against the NFL financially. I tell everyone that there's one professional football league, and that's the National Football League," Tomlin said. We will, however, use this time period to engage previous investors as well as entertain new ones," said Marvin Tomlin, the UNGL's co-founder and CEO. Woody Widenhofer, team Alabama's head coach, said he is more encouraged than ever there will be a league. "I think they learned a little bit of a lesson and they're doing it right. Make sure you have the money in the bank before we get started," Widenhofer said. March 2009 Marvin Tomlin, CEO of the UNGL, releases a statement saying the UNGL will delay the kickoff of their inaugural season to May 3, 2009. According to Tomlin, the UNGL's "investor groups" have asked the league to delay the start date. In an e-mail to players attributed to UNGL CEO Marvin Tomlin, the reason given was their difficulty in obtaining the necessary financing. We are committed to creating opportunities for players and providing a high level of competition where everything counts and players are playing for their futures," said Marvin Tomlin, UNGL co-founder.


BirminghamProSports.com

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Marvin Tomlin
CEO United National Gridiron League


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"We are very interested in coming and playing in Salem," UNGL chief executive officer Marvin Tomlin said Friday.
Tomlin refused to say how many actual facility agreements he has with those cities for 2010. Tomlin refused to name his investors or say how much financing was in place. "Our financing is strong," Tomlin said.


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