Vic Gregovits
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Vic Gregovits

Vic joined the Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company in June 2022.

He is responsible for further growing the HOFV brand among sponsors, consumers and the local community. His primary responsibilities will include overseeing all of the Company’s strategic marketing efforts as well as a dedicated focus to new sponsor and partner development for HOFV, Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls, Hall of Fame Village Media, and the company’s emerging gaming and entertainment verticals.

Gregovits joins HOFV from the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, where he served as President and oversaw business operations for the USL and its home field, Highmark Stadium. In just one year with the Riverhounds, Gregovits oversaw double digit increases in both ticket sales and corporate partnerships. What’s more, he was instrumental in Highmark Stadium being selected to host the International Jazz Festival, Blues Festival, was home to Pittsburgh Women’s Lacrosse inaugural season and the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (“WPIAL”) soccer championships on multi-year agreements.

Prior to the Riverhounds, Gregovits spent two years as President of the Louisville Bats, the AAA Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, where he oversaw all operations. He helped grow overall revenues incrementally, including increasing corporate partnership renewals by double digits. During his career, Gregovits has held senior-level sales and marketing positions with several additional professional sports franchises and high-profile organizations.


Gregovits, who resides in Avon Lake, Ohio, graduated from Robert Morris University with a degree in Business Administration, and was the recipient of the Sales & Marketing Executives of Cleveland’s Distinguished Marketing & Sales Award in 2006. He was a volunteer member on the Board of Trustees for Robert Morris University and the Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society, Pittsburgh Advertising Club and the Louisville Sports Commission. Furthermore, Gregovits also served on the Steering Committee for the National Sports Forum.
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