Kristian and Angela Krempel at 65th Primetime Emmys
“I feel the time is right to establish Tampa as a Recording Creative Arts destination.” – Kristian Krempel
TAMPA, FL (PRWEB) September 28, 2013
Kristian Krempel, Founder of FX MARKETING GROUP, a sports and entertainment consulting firm, plans to tie-in existing Hollywood relationships to promote and attract entertainment related industries, while creating long-term opportunities for the community.
As a two-term board member for the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the Florida Chapter, Mr. Krempel will use his position as the only outside party to officially represent both the Recording Academy (GRAMMYS) and Television Academy (EMMYS) to the consumer markets. His firm will lend support to the Tampa Hillsborough Film and Digital Media Commission in an effort to expand the Tampa/Hillsborough presence in the Film and Music industry. “There are clear synergies between our organizations,” said Mr. Krempel. “I feel the time is right to establish Tampa as a Recording Creative Arts destination.”
This past weekend, Mr. Krempel and his wife, Angela, attended the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards with special guest and 3-time Grammy Nominee, Ravi Hutheesing of the Ghandi-Nehru family. “With the 2014 International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards slated to host in Tampa,” Krempel went on to say, “The announcement seemed instrumental in bridging the world between Hollywood and Bollywood.” Media coverage of their attendance was extended to Star TV, India West and India Journal for maximum global exposure of this initiative.
A former ATP Tour Professional, Mr. Krempel is a veteran of International Management Group, (IMG), where he served as Director of Latin America. Mr. Krempel’s role was to expand the IMG footprint into Latin America using IMG assets including recording artists, professional athletes exclusive television rights. During his time in Latin America, Mr. Krempel established two (2) premier professional tennis tournaments during 1993-1994 amidst very difficult political and economic times. This included the Hellmans Cup in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Samsung Open in Lima, Peru. Consequently, Mr. Krempel, 26, became the youngest ATP Tour Tournament Director in ATP Tour History.
In 1996, Mr. Krempel was an integral part of the Atlanta Committee of Olympic Games, (ACOG). Shortly after, he partnered with IMG for the PGA and Senior PGA Tour Skins Game “made for TV” golf events. Mr. Krempel’s firm also handled the marketing and licensing rights in 2000, for the Americas Cup (North America). Later in 2009, Mr. Krempel formulated the partnership between Mike Ditka’s Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund and Special Operation Warrior Foundation to raise awareness during Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa Bay to honor our fallen heroes both on the playing field as well as on the battlefield. In addition, Mr. Krempel has been a member of the NCAA Outback Bowl Committee and many other well known events and charitable causes. Current and past clients include ESPN, First Flight Centennial Foundation, NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, NFL Alumni, NASCAR Hall of Fame, the NARAS/GRAMMYS and ATAS/EMMYS.