Brian Joros is the founder and director of the National Grand Slam Baseball Tournament, a National High School Baseball Tournament that has recruited teams from fourteen different states. As the director, his responsibilities include directing a sixteen-person board of Directors, the recruitment of out of state teams, maintaining the organizations 503C nonprofit status, the recruitment of corporate sponsors and outside vendors. He is also its Director of Finances.
The experience that young players have when playing sports will last forever. Ten, twenty, even forty years down the road, especially as they see their children playing sports, the players will remember the lessons they learned when playing games. They’ll remember if it was a fun sport. They’ll remember if their coach was nice or hard driving coach. The memories made will stick with the players and impact their sporting decisions as their lives continue. The lessons that they learn in a…
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Brian Joros has an eye for baseball talent that has served him well as a high school baseball coach in Florida. He has recruited top players to many of his winning teams. Brian Joros skippered the Royal Palm Beach Wildcats to their first-ever district championship in 2012, and the West Boca Raton Bulls to a regional championship in 2007. Brian Joros has received numerous Coach of the Year accolades throughout his coaching career.