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The Family Experience
Written by Tyler Conway of Bleacher Report Haloti Ngata, a five-time Pro Bowler and two-time first-team All-Pro in 13 NFLseasons, announced his retirement from football Monday from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Ngata wrote in an Instagram post: "Just a man...
Blessed to get a great deal done for Shaq Mason a great family man who has a wonderful family.
How Day1 is Different
Dedicated FAMILY OFFICE Manager Oversees all entities
- Plans, prepares and coordinates budgets
- Manages public outreach and personal brand development
- Facilitates off-the-field business opportunities
- Business liaison between the athlete/agent/financial advisor
- Day-to-day management of the athlete’s affairs (travel, operations, etc.)
- Family office services
- Branding & Strategy
- Manage all day to day operations
- Sports Marketing
- Digital Marketing
- Combine Prep & Training
- Player Development
- Post Career Development
NFLPA Contract Advisor President
After spending over 20 years in college athletics with the Big 10 and Pac 10 as a player, coach and administrator, Deryk Gilmore left the team side to become a sports agent. Gilmore was certified as an agent in 2005 with Priority Sports and over the last 12 years has become one of the top agents in the industry according to Forbes Magazine.
Gilmore, having several first round draft picks over the years as well as multiple Pro-Bowlers he has consistently recognized players who can contribute in the NFL which is what has led to his success.
Gilmore started his company Day1 in 2017 with the vision of taking his goals and values on how to help players and make that dream a reality. The sports industry has become familiar with the P.L.A.N program Gilmore developed which helped players to develop relationships throughout the NFL and in corporate America and get jobs going forward in that industry.
“I have a passion for my clients, for football, and working to help them achieve their goals on the field and be men that the world will consider leaders off the field. I want to build an agency that reflects those values”.
Gilmore has been married for 24 years to Camille Gilmore, Vice President, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity Officer at Boston Scientific Corporation. They have two sons, Dantae (18) who will attend The University of Alabama and Deion (17) who will be a senior at North Gwinnett High School.