Tony Segreto Tumbleweed Trails Inc. (Tony Segreto Sports)

Tumbleweed trails INC.

Tony Segreto Sports (TSS)

The mission of Tony Segreto Sports is to take back our playing fields, courts, and arenas and put sportsmanship and character back on the map within youth athletics. By touching coaches, parents, and athletes with its positive messages through a variety of communications channels, Tony Segreto Sports will make positivity be the “norm” once again in youth athletics.

In short...

  • TSS focuses on providing a curriculum for parents and coaches teaching them how to create champions of character
  • It also focuses on how they too should act during a youth sports game
  • In the future, TSS hopes to have their own national satellite radio show and provide more clinics for players as well as coaches and parents
  • TSS targets parents with children from the ages of 6-17 who are involved with youth sports

Making a Dream into Reality

  1. Forming an idea
  2. Understanding that this cannot be done alone
  3. Forming/Contacting a team
  4. Created a curriculum based on the demographics and needs of the community
  5. Made a promotional video and showed it to potential clients
  6. Stayed in touch with those clients and invited them to clinics where they would become certified coaches

Challenges and Changes

  • Challenges included: Getting companies and people to buy in with the curriculum
  • Since his retirement, a lot has changed within the business industry. Especially with the rise of social media.

Capital and Income

  • Each Co-a founder contributed $500-$1000
  • They are now hosting coaching clinics where they charge $10 a head
"It's not about being a champion on the field. It's about being a champion of character."

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