If you look good, you feel good, if you feel good, your performance in your work is sky-high! In the midst of everything 2017 NFL Draft last week, insurance broker and FOX News analyst, Rich ‘Big Daddy’ Salgado hosted a panel at Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, PA.
Salgado, owner of Coastal Advisors LLC and an analys on FOX Business and FOX News, advises some of your favorite athletes in insurance needs. According to The Postgame’s Jeff Eisenband, that list includes: Justin Tuck, Vernon Davis, Reggie Bush, Jeremy Lin, Ryan Braun, DeAndre Jordan, Michael Strahan, Adam Schefter, Jay Glazer and even Melissa Joan Hart.
While everyone was in town for the draft, everybody let their hair down and unbottoned their shirt collars to talk fashion.
On a panel that included Cincinnati Bengals’ top draft pick, John Ross along with Philadelphia boxing legend Bernard Hopkins, Philadelphia Eagles tight end Lane Johnson and Sports Illustrated’s Andrew Brandt, the topic was men’s fashion in sports.
Long gone are the days of Bugle Boy jeans, Boss Jeans or oversized Mitchell & Ness jerseys. Fashion in sports is big business!
“I love fashion,” Bernard Hopkins told me.
“I look good, I like to feel good, I definetly like to perform good. It’s a three punch combination that’s, to me; that’s something that should be taught when you’re really young. Better late than never, but I love fashion!”
Folks like LeBron James, Cam Newton and Chris Paul are some of sports’ best dressed and many athletes have followed their lead in creating their own style like the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook and Chicago Bulls’ Dwyane Wade.
Nice kicks, freshly pressed slacks and a million smile is all part of the brand. That said, dressing to impress isn’t just a thing; it is the standard!