Defining Sports, a sports marketing, public relations, athlete representation agency that represents over 30 current and retired athletes of the NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, MLS and Olympians says it will move to Delray Beach, Florida for its new corporate headquarters location. The process will take 6-12 months and it’s unclear how many of the 15 employees will be effected.

DJ Fisher, the agency’s CEO had considered his hometown of Wichita, Kansas to relocated but believed there would be too many distractions, however is considering opening a subdivision in the Air Capital at the Ruffin Building, owned by Wichita native and Billionaire, Phil Ruffin.“After establishing several partnerships in Silicon Valley and accomplishing several of our goals towards being one step ahead in the world of technology and social media. South Florida brings ample opportunities to what we have to offer to our clients and the weather isn’t too bad either”, Fisher said.

Recent National News & Highlights: Fisher is also the founder of Readers Create Leaders, one of the nation’s largest reading and literacy programs targeted towards providing free books and tools towards at-risk students and low income families. He happens to be the agent for WNBA Superstar, Glory Johnson, the 2-time WNBA All-Star who made national news and was involved in a scandal with fellow WNBA Star, Brittney Griner in Goodyear, Arizona. Fisher recently signed All-American and Atlanta Dream star, Bria Holmes.

About The CEO, DJ Fisher: In June of 2005, D.J. founded Defining Sports, a sports marketing agency managing current and retired NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, NHL and Olympic athletes. Fisher has represented over 125 world-class athletes, including a host of McDonalds All-Americans, NCAA Champions, 1st Round Draft Picks, NBA and WNBA Champions, NBA and WNBA Rookie of the Year selections, NBA and WNBA All-Stars, NFL

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