Michael Ornstein, New York Was a Reebok
Michael Ornstein, New York Was
a Reebok consultant
Michael Ornstein hails from New York. At
present, he is residing in Los Angeles. He is a
one of the top marketing agents who connect
sportsmen with numerous endorsement deals.
He has worked for Al Davis and the Oakland
Raiders for a period of almost thirteen years and
during this period, he attended the Super Bowl
thrice. Apart from this, he has helped a great
number of teams in handling the complex
logistics of the biggest sporting event of
Michael Ornstein knows the ins and outs of the
pro-sports world and has the tact of getting
things done. Michael had been hired to handle
Reggie’s marketing deals when he entered the
NFL. He did a remarkable job and lined up an
impressive portfolio of off-field opportunities for
him. Michael Ornstein had told the press that
Bush would be wearing No. 25 for the New
He also said that Bush would be making a
significant donation, i.e., 25% of his jersey sale
to victims of Hurricane Katrina. He even
reported that Reggie had signed deals with
Hummer, Mobile ESPN, EA Sports, GTSM and
Adidas. In addition to this, he was also in talks
with a technology company, a soft-drink
company and a fragrance-maker.
Michael Ornstein, New York was a Reebok consultant
who said that Reggie was the No. 1 rookie in sports.
On his behalf, Michael had announced a soft-drink
endorsement and endorsements for TV appliances for
reputed companies including Sony and Samsung.
Michael Ornstein and Bush had gone to Los Angeles
for shooting several commercials which included a
promotional spot for the NFL on Fox with Fox
broadcasters Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, and
Howie Long. Besides this, Reggie also shot a
commercial for Subway, an EA Sports commercial with
Tracy McGrady and a Mobile ESPN commercial.
Michael Ornstein had reported that Reggie's first
commercial for Adidas, his shoe and apparel
sponsor, would be broadcasted nationally. He
had declared that Reggie would be seen in six
national commercials which came up later.