Michael Ornstein knows everything about the pro-sports world and has the tact of getting things done. Michael was hired by Reggie Bush as his marketing agent and he managed his marketing deals when he entered the NFL. He did a great job and brought many impressive off-field opportunities for Bush. Michael Ornstein had informed the press that Bush would be wearing No. 25 jersey for the New Orleans Saints in the next season of Super Bowl. He also said that Bush would donate 25% of his jersey sale to suffering victims of Hurricane Katrina. He even told that Bush had signed deals with Mobile ESPN, Hummer, EA Sports, Adidas and GTSM. Apart from this, Bush is also in talks with a soft-drink company, a technology company and a fragrance-maker.
Michael Ornstein took care of the Miami special ops. He managed all the arrangements and pre-Super Bowl campaign for New Orleans Saints that was the opponent team of New York Giants. Michael also took care of room assignments, travel plans arranging tickets, etc. Later, he was the in-charge of New York Giants and he assisted the players and their families and ensured to meet all their needs and requirements. The players received more than little bottles of shampoo and free stationery. They were given gift cards from Subway sandwich shops, Mortonâ€™s steakhouse and Cold Stone Creamery. There was also a huge basket in the room of each player that was filled with all kinds of treats including popcorn, candy, energy drinks and more.
Michael Ornstein, New York was a Reebok consultant who said that Reggie was the No. 1 rookie in sports. On his behalf, Michael had announced a soft-drink endorsement and endorsements for TV appliances for reputed companies including Sony and Samsung. Michael Ornstein and Bush had gone to Los Angeles for shooting several commercials which included a promotional spot for the NFL on Fox with Fox broadcasters Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, and Howie Long. Besides this, Reggie also shot a commercial for Subway, an EA Sports commercial with Tracy McGrady and a Mobile ESPN commercial.