|134 Rifgon Drive|
|Canonsburg, PA 15317|
|Ron Vrana, CEO|
Ronald Vrana has a varied background in the business and equine worlds. Currently a thoroughbred owner, Vrana starting in the business world with positions in sports information at the college level, and public relations and promotions as the public relations director for the Richmond Braves Baseball Club, the former triple-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. Since 1995, Vrana has been a licensee for National Scouting Report owning territories in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia where he has assisted over 2,600 high school athletes earn college athletic scholarships. In addition, Vrana is the owner of Paramount Scouting Bureau, an events company since 1997 running baseball, basketball and softball showcases that draw athletes and college coaches from across the United States and Canada. For several years, his Beast of the East baseball showcase was the largest baseball showcase in the country. He also has promoted mixed martial arts events and is involved in thoroughbred racing.
Vrana earned his undergraduate degree in secondary education from Flagler College, where he played college baseball. He earned his Master's degree in public relations and communications from Shippensburg University. A former teacher, Vrana spent several years as the executive director of a national economic education foundation where he earned numerous national awards for curriculum development, including twice winning the George Washington Honor Medal from Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. During his tenure, Vrana expanded the Pittsburgh-based foundation in creating over 30 satellite foundations from New York to Florida. Vrana has extensive experience in corporate training and is listed in Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who Among American Teachers and Who's Who in American Business.
|Daniel O'Neil, Jr., Executive Vice President|
Daniel O’Neil got his start in business as an intern with Wunderlich Securities, a financial securities company, in the summer of 2012. He eventually advanced to Operations Specialist which involved opening new client accounts, assisting brokers with financial projects, and planning wholesaler meetings. In 2014, O’Neil became, and remains, a partner in the Dragonfly Gold Mine in California. Since 2019, he has been involved in the development of Envirostall.
O’Neil earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management at Notre Dame College while serving as a coach for the football team. In the spring of 2017, O’Neil was named the assistant defensive line/assistant special teams coach at Notre Dame College and was involved in all aspects of recruiting. He also was the equipment manager and assistant to the director of football operations. During his coaching tenure at Notre Dame, the Falcons won back-to-back Mountain East Conference championships (2018 and 2019) reaching the NCAA D2 national semi-final game in 2018. He also coached high school football at Cleveland Heights and Euclid High Schools in Ohio.
Before he started coaching, O’Neil was a slot receiver and special teams starter for the Northeast Ohio Predators of the Premier Amateur Football League.
|Paul Ganz, Executive Vice President|
Paul Ganz has a diverse background in sales and business. After attending the University of Cincinnati, where he majored in economics and finance, Ganz traveled the country as a relocation engineer. Ganz discovered his passion for service providing quality service to customers of all backgrounds. Ganz settled in St. Augustine, Florida, where he transitioned into the evolving hospitality scene. As a general manager, Ganz designed and developed concepts to open multiple new restaurants. He specialized in developing and marketing successful bar and food programs that catered to high-end clientele and private events.
After a decade in hospitality, Ganz became a sales manager for Titan, a hurricane protection company where he became the top salesman. Ganz also designed promotional materials for Titan.
|Craig Roeper, Chairman|