Ref School Says Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) VP Duped Them on Road to NFL Disaster
"...the Academy does not claim responsibility for Mr. Easley's successes or perceived failures as an official."
Fewer people are aware that the offending official, one Lance Easley of Santa Maria, California, is a VP for Small Business Banking at Bank of America (NYSE:BAC).
From his bio:
His "ability to adapt to ever-changing situations" may come in handy, as Mr. Easley will likely find himself searching out other officiating opportunities after his disastrous on-field performance.
Mr. Easley is tasked with reaching out to the small business community in order to grow Bank of America's portfolio while also giving small businesses the financial tools they need to flourish. He works tirelessly at networking, marketing and relationship building, paying special attention to deepening existing relationships with current clients. His goal is to help them use the products and services offered by the bank to streamline and build their businesses.
In the discharge of his duties at Bank of America, Mr. Easley is able to draw on a distinguished career as a high-level sales and marketing executive. His work has been consistently distinguished by his perseverance, his open-mindedness and his ability to adapt to ever-changing situations.
Mr. Easley, who holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of California, Los Angeles, also serves as an official for high school and college football and basketball. In addition, he is on the board of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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