Remington Reynolds is Co-Founder and CEO of Premier Live. In his capacity as CEO he is responsible for the overall strategy of the company and primarily focuses on business, corporate and human development. As an entrepreneur, Rem has started over 11 successful companies in technology, real estate, sports marketing and nonprofit sectors. Remington was first exposed to tennis in the late 70’s as a student at a then-fledgling Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy, which found its roots at the Colony Beach and Tennis Resort. In 2009, Rem entered the tennis business as a co-owner of the historic Racquet Racquet Club of the South, which was sold to Lifetime Fitness in 2012. During his tenure at RCS he hosted and organized numerous events including the Atlanta BB&T ATP 250, the Bryan Brothers Shootout and the Australian Open Wild Playoffs, in partnership with USTA Player Development. Premier Live was founded in 2012 and the Necker Cup was its first Signature Event. Rem is also a founder and non-paid volunteer of the National Tennis Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit, that supports the development of underserved and high-performance tennis players, both in the US and around the world. Since 2012, the NTF has raised over $3,000,000 in partnership with Premier Live events. Rem is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, is from Rye, New York, and now resides in Atlanta, GA with his wife Casey and four children Ansley, Remy, Spencer, Riley and dog Murray.