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Orlando Predators Move Forward With New Leadership

Thursday July 18, 2013

 Orlando Predators Move Forward With New Leadership

ORLANDO, FL – Controlling membership of the Orlando Predators has been acquired by Pearsall Holdings, LP. Brett Bouchy has sold his equity in the team to Pearsall Holdings and resigned from the board of managers and as operating manager. David Pearsall, general partner of Pearsall Holdings, has replaced Mr. Bouchy accepting the role, as the new operating manager. Mr. Pearsall is looking forward to strengthening the team’s organization and relationships.

Mr. Pearsall states:
“I am grateful for this opportunity. The Predators have some of the best fans anywhere, players & coaches with determination and heart and a staff who love this game and this city. It’s an honor to be a part of it. I believe our current path will lay the groundwork for our success in the future.
I plan to strengthen our relationship with the Orlando Magic and the City of Orlando for the benefit of our employees and our fans. I’ll be asking that everyone have an open mind and share my willingness to cooperate while focusing on a mutually favorable resolution with any previous concerns. This team has been a part of this community in Orlando for the past 22 years and we look to continue the winning tradition that this franchise has established for many years to come.
With the Predators hosting New Orleans on July 27th, I plan on sending a message that the Predators willingness to win will always be stronger than the desire to quit.”

“David has been a long time partner of mine and the Predators and will make a great addition to the Predators organization” Brett Bouchy said. “While I am sad to be leaving the team I am excited to be moving on to other ventures and the next chapter in my life. I wish David and the Predators the best of luck”.

ABOUT THE ORLANDO PREDATORS

Orlando's Arena Football franchise since 1991, the Orlando Predators are heading into their 22nd year in the AFL. In that time, the Predators have advanced to the AFL playoffs a league-leading 19 times and advanced to the ArenaBowl seven times- winning the championship in 1998 and 2000.