About

Rob Vogel is the founding principal of J5 Partners, a sports and entertainment business solutions firm. J5 was created to help sports and entertainment properties, sponsors and athletes meet their objectives in the face of a rapidly changing business environment. With over 23 years of high level sports and entertainment experience, Rob is able to leverage his expertise, insights and network of solution providers to drive business to clients through high impact partnerships, state-of-the-art sponsorships and marquee brand initiatives.

Rob brings a wealth of relationships and valuable experience to his clientele which includes being a key advisor on over $10B worth of sponsorship proposals and contracts.  J5 client projects include business with the Philadelphia Phillies, FC Dallas, Minnesota Timberwolves, LifeTime Media & Events, Ping HD, Bob Woodruff Foundation, Club Metro, Pinnacle Bank, Panasonic, Aetna, Subaru, New York Life and FedEx.  During his time as President of The Bonham Group, Rob played a major role in growing the company to national status where it became recognized as a leading sponsorship and naming rights valuation and sales firm. He was instrumental in the development and completion of 12 professional sports naming rights agreements including CenturyLink Field, Honda Center, Oracle Arena, PetCo Park, PNC Park and Xcel Energy Center.

He has worked with some of the largest brands in their respective industries such as DIRECTV, US Bank, JPMorgan Chase, IBM, Heineken, Universal Studios, AEG and a host of “blue chip” sports properties including: the NFL, NBA, NHL, Seattle Seahawks, Pittsburgh Penguins, Anaheim Ducks, Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Athletics, Big 12 Conference, Penn State University, Ohio State University and the University of Texas. International clients included Manchester City, Scottish FA Cup, Everton and Clube de Regatas do Flamengo.

Rob has served on the Denver Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Committee on Sports Development.

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