Offit Kurman Co Founder Ted Offit Featured In The Baltimore Sun For His Involvement With The U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team
Look closely during the Olympics and you might see Ted Offit on TV: a middle-aged man with a Team USA jacket on his back and a cowbell in hand that he clangs wildly at the start of every bobsled race. For Offit, of Glyndon, the Winter Games in Sochi are the climax of his seven years’ work on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton Federation. While all eyes are on Lolo Jones, U.S. bobsled’s poster girl, and Steve Holcomb, pilot of America’s defending gold medal four-man bobsled team, it’s Offit — a 57-year-old lawyer who came to the job with no savvy in the sport — whose acumen behind the scenes helped make it happen. Click here to read the full article at The Baltimore Sun.