Frank Fiume

One Clear Sign it’s Time to Sell Your Business

Frank Fiume successfully started i9 Sports, the nation’s first and leading franchisor of youth sports leagues and camps. Fiume discusses with Host Greg Muzzillo the importance of going against the grain and pursuing your passion and also understanding when it’s time to call it quits and exit the business. Tune in to this week’s Million Dollar Monday to hear more.

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Frank Fiume founded i9 Sports, the nation’s first and leading franchisor of youth sports leagues and camps. As an avid sports fanatic, he had previously left his pharmaceutical career to pursuit his passion. He grew the company to nearly one thousand locations across 30 states and then sold to private equity. Most recently Fiume founded Game 3 Capital, an investment firm, and authored a #1 Amazon New Release book; Running with My Head Down: An Entrepreneur’s story of Passion, Perseverance, and Purpose.

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Million Dollar Monday features real successful people with real useful advice for entrepreneurs and people with big dreams. This series is hosted by Greg Muzzillo who many years ago started his own company called Proforma with a small investment of $200 and a lot of big dreams. Thanks to solid advice from some real successful people, Proforma is now a $500 million leader in the printing and promotional products industry with over 600 franchise offices throughout North America. Today, Muzzillo’s big dream is to help aspiring business owners and sales professionals reach their big dreams.

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Greg Muzzillo started Proforma as an industry distributor in 1978. The company grew quickly and in the early 1980s Proforma was recognized for three consecutive years on Inc. magazine’s list of the 500 fastest-growing companies in North America. In the late 1980’s Proforma introduced its membership program to empower distributors to retain their business ownership and independence, and to share in sales and marketing resources, purchasing power with industry suppliers, one back office including all billing, accounting, vendor payments, cash flow, computer systems and more. Today Proforma has over 600 Members and is the $500 Million leader in the Promotional Products and Print Industry. Proforma’s record breaking success includes having 18 of its Affiliates named to Inc. Magazine’s 2020 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies and 193 Affiliates achieving its Million/Multi-Million Dollar Club with sales up to $38 million.