October's Newark Startup Grind will be a sitdown fireside chat between Brian Mazza and Gerard Adams at Mazza's newly launched Ainsworth Newark. Mazza will be discussing how he became a leader in the 4 F's due to one common thread, his obsession with improvement. The four F's are fitness, fashion, food and family. Learn more about his background in these 4 pillars below.
Beginning with his scholarship to play Division 1 soccer for The University of Rhode Island, Mazza's passion for athleticism and fitness has not slowed down. He trains at Tone House, the toughest athletic-based training facilities on the East Coast is a brand ambassador for Lululemon and has been featured on the cover of Men's Health.
In fashion, he created Windsor Customs, an appointment only men's custom clothing line.
Mazza is president of the Paige Hospitality Group which umbrellas The Ainsworth, NYC's #1-rated sports bar. The Ainsworth started in 2008 and has expanded since to Ainsworth Park, Ainsworth Midtown, Ainsworth Tribeca, Ainsworth Hoboken, The Chester in the Gansevoort's Meatpacking Hotel, and now recently had the grand opening of Ainsworth Newark, where this Startup Grind will take place.
Brian Mazza is a proud husband and father.
During this fireside chat, Mazza will sit down with Gerard Adams to discuss how he balances these 4 F's, how he's found himself as a leader in all four categories, and how he encourages others to become obsessed with one thing; improvement.
Brian Mazza, partner and President of Paige Hospitality group owns and operates The Ainswoth and The Chester. He's very passionate about health, fitness, and self-improvement which has to lead him to be a cover feature on Men's Health. He is also the creator of Windsor Customs, a by appointment only men's custom clothing living room nestled beneath the Ainsworth. Above all else, he is a family man.
Gerard Adams, widely known as the “Millennial Mentor” is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and philanthropist. He was the founder of Elite Daily, the millennial content platform that reached up to 80 million readers worldwide and sold to the Daily Mail for $50 MM dollars. His current endeavor, Fownders, is the learning ecosystem for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs.