Corporex Capital, LLC announces partnership with Kings Hammer Soccer Club
Corporex Capital, LLC announced today that it has partnered with Kings Hammer Soccer Club, one of the largest youth soccer programs in the tristate area comprising Greater Cincinnati and Greater Lexington, Kentucky.
Corporex Capital, which is a privately-held investment company with real estate investments in 20 major U.S. markets, will provide financial leverage for Kings Hammer Soccer Club to expand nationally, offering soccer training at every level. Financial details of the partnership were not disclosed. JT Roberts, Kevin McCloskey and Kevin Butler will join Corporex as the leadership team of the club moving forward.
McCloskey, Executive Director of Kings Hammer Soccer Club and a broadcaster for FC Cincinnati, will move into the role of Chief Operating Officer of the newly-formed organization, and Butler, former Chief Branding Officer at FCC and former Director of Content Business Development at ESPN, will serve as Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer.
“Corporex is about developing communities and this new partnership with Kings Hammer Soccer Club will provide new opportunities for community development focused on soccer training facilities leveraging the strong brand awareness of the Soccer Club,” said Dan Sink, CEO of Corporex.
“Kings Hammer Soccer Club has trained tens of thousands of soccer players at all skill levels over the years,” said McCloskey. “Earlier this year, we successfully expanded into the Lexington area, and with Corporex, we will continue to expand our programs and facilities to serve families across the nation.”
Corporex, a privately-held investment company with broad holdings, controls more than $1 billion of real estate investments in 20 major U.S. markets, including the first phase of the Ovation mixed-use development and the $40 million, 38,000 square foot music venue with AEG Presents/PromoWest in Newport, Kentucky. Additionally, Corporex is a leader in the community supporting numerous charities through its broad-based Corporate Giving Program and The Butler Foundation, which supports the needs of low-income families. For more information, visit www.corporex.com.
About Kings Hammer
Kings Hammer Soccer Club, which was founded in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, has become one of the most recognizable youth soccer clubs in the Midwest Region of the United States, and recently expanded into Lexington, Kentucky.