June 24/25 – Gary Wojtaszek, CyrusOne and Jim Montgomery, Dallas Aquatic Masters

Our Guests for the June 24th/25th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show:

Gary Wojtaszek, President & CEO, CyrusOne

Jim Montgomery, Founder, Jim Montgomery Swim School & Dallas Aquatic Masters

Join us Friday afternoon at 3:00 and Saturday afternoon at 2:00 for an Encore Presentation on 770 KAAM (KAAMRadio.com)

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Gary Wojtaszek, President & CEO, CyrusOne


Gary Wojtaszek is currently the president and CEO of CyrusOne (NASDAQ:  CONE), a Dallas-based, high growth data center company that focuses on serving the needs of the Fortune 1000, including 9 of the Fortune 20.

Gary has lead CyrusOne since 2011 and under his leadership has aggressively grown the company’s revenues and profitability by expanding into new markets and product lines. After converting the company to a real estate investment trust (REIT) in 2013, the company completed its initial public offering and its share price has increased by 70% making it one of the best performing publically traded REITs in the industry over the past two years.

Gary has extensive experience working in initial public offerings, leveraged buyouts, high growth situations and turnarounds with a proven track record of value creation, including industry experience in telecommunications, technology, data centers, for profit education and automotive industries.


Phone: (855) 564-3198

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Host, Steve A Klein, Gary Wojtaszek

Jim Montgomery, Founder, Jim Montgomery Swim School & Dallas Aquatic Masters


Jim Montgomery, an Olympic gold medalist and the founder and owner of Dallas Aquatic Masters Swim Club, was the first man ever to break 50 seconds in the 100-meter freestyle in the 1976 Montreal Olympic games. Breaking this barrier was equivalent to Roger Bannister’s breaking the four-minute mile in track.

Jim won two more golds and a bronze in the 1976 Olympics and won a record five golds in the first World Championships at Belgrade in 1973 and repeated with four golds, a silver and a bronze in 1975 and 1978.

After his retirement from college and USA swimming Jim went on to win 14 Masters World Championships from 1986 to 2002. Jim began competing in ocean races in the 1980s and in 1986 won the 2.4-mile Waikiki Roughwater Swim. Jim also co-authored “Mastering Swimming – Faster Swimming for the Master’s Athlete,” and developed the Masters swim concept for adults.

JMSwim.com                   JimMontgomerySwim.com             DAMSwim.com  

Phone: (469) 345-7946

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