Los Angeles Rams’ COO Kevin Demoff Joins OCBC for Chairman’s Leadership Breakfast
On Tuesday, June 4, a sold-out crowd joined OCBC for the Chairman’s Leadership Breakfast featuring the Los Angeles Rams’ Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Demoff.
During the conversation – led by Tom Phelps of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLC – Demoff shared his experience as an L.A. native who played a vital role in bringing The Rams – L.A.’s original professional sports team – back to Southern California.
Since their return, The Rams have risen as L.A.’s premier sports organization, and their impact on Southern California as a whole is about to increase exponentially with the construction of a 298-acre sports and entertainment district in Inglewood to serve as their eventual home. Read More.
The multi-billion dollar project includes a 70,248-seat stadium, performance venue, retail district and office complex, and is currently the largest entitled real-estate project in Southern California.
On the conception of the project, Demoff stated, “We weren’t thinking about it in dollars and cents… It was more about what the project could bring to L.A. and the growth of the region.”
The growth and economic impact of the project will certainly be enormous for the region as a whole – bringing thousands of jobs, tourism and world-class events to the region, including Superbowl LXI – the first Superbowl in Southern California in over 30 years.
With a training camp at UCI Irvine, The Rams also have a big presence in Orange County. And, their contributions to Los Angeles – including what will soon be the world’s largest stadium – will certainly be felt by all of Southern California for generations to come.
For more information, contact Natalie Rubalcava, OCBC Chief Operating Officer.