Global Conference 2010
President, Cleveland Cavaliers
Len Komoroski became president of the Cleveland Cavaliers/Quicken Loans Arena organization in April 2003, bringing nearly two decades′ experience in professional sports and entertainment. During the 2003—2004 season, his efforts — combined with a very special NBA draft and the team′s improvement — resulted in one of the top business turnaround stories in NBA history, and the Cavs now sit in the top tier of revenue teams in the NBA. In the 2008—2009 season, the team set franchise records in average attendance and number of sellouts. Previously, while with the Philadelphia Eagles, Komoroski brought the Eagles Television Network and other properties in house, helped broker a record-setting naming rights deal for the team′s training facility and helped secure a $140 million stadium naming rights agreement, at the time one of the largest such agreements in pro history. The team had a waiting list of over 40,000 for season tickets. Komoroski is a graduate of Duquesne University.