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Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 60

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You're invited to an unforgettable brunch with A-Rod Corp Chief Operating Officer & Partner Jeffrey Lee. Enjoy an intimate conversation with Jeffrey, an Audience Challenge, and curated connections over a seasonal meal.

Jeffrey Lee is Chief Operating Officer & Partner at A-Rod Corp. , a diversified investment company founded by legendary baseball player Alex Rodriguez in 2003 with over a dozen portfolio companies, joint investments with Jennifer Lopez and nearly $400M deployed in RE assets since 2012. 

As President of A-Rod Productions, Jeff also produces and manages Mr. Rodriguez's numerous media appearances, including as a leading analyst for FOX Sports and ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball," regular appearances on "Shark Tank,” "Good Morning America” and “The Today Show,” and unscripted programs including CNBC's "Back in the Game" and ESPN's forthcoming primetime specials. He also executive produced “The Corp” with Barstool Sports, the podcast series featuring Kobe Bryant, Barbara Corcoran and Gary Vee, which debuted at No. 1 across all categories on iTunes.

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