DLA Piper represents TaylorMade Golf in its strategic investment in PopStroke
DLA Piper represented TaylorMade Golf Company (TaylorMade) in its strategic investment in PopStroke, a cutting-edge putting and casual dining concept that merges a technologically advanced competitive golf environment with food and beverage. TaylorMade joins an ownership team that includes Tiger Woods and PopStroke Entertainment Group.
PopStroke’s Board of Directors now consists of PopStroke CEO Greg Bartoli, TGR Ventures CFO Christopher Hubman, NBC Sports CEO Peter Bevacqua, and TaylorMade Golf CEO David Abeles.
In addition to Adam Ghander and Michael Jamieson (both in Boston), the DLA Piper team representing TaylorMade included Ryan Starr and Kurt Weaver (both in Boston) and Michael Geller (Chicago).
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