Bobby Reynolds is our President, he is responsible for the leadership of Quantum Difference. He oversees all of the day to day operations.
Bobby graduated from Michigan State University in 1989 with a BA in Communications, while attending MSU he played on the hockey team. He won a National Championship in 1986, was an All-American and Hobey Baker Finalist in 1989. He also won numerous league and playoff honors in his 4 years at MSU, finishing his playing career by being named the MSU Athlete of the Year in 1989. Bobby was drafted in 1985 and played for the Toronto Maple Leafs after graduation. His 18-year professional playing career included time in the NHL, AHL, IHL, and Europe. He also had the privilege to play for his country on Team USA in 1987, 1991, and in 1996 winning a Bronze Medal.
Bobby’s business background includes being General Manager and Head Coach with the Flint Generals Professional Hockey Team, Vice President of Private Label and NHL divisions with Fathead, and Athletic Representative/Mentor for Austin Wayne Self, a young NASCAR driver now in the ARCA series. With Bobby’s extensive background and real life experience in sports, sports management, marketing, business development and his connections and relationships, he is the perfect person to lead for The Quantum Difference.