Carmel Valley resident excels in local 40 and over tennis events

Patrick M. Rost

Accomplished Carmel Valley tennis player Patrick M. Rost (in photo at right)  prepares for an upcoming 40 and over tennis tournament (The San Diego District Championships) at Balboa Park.

Rost is currently ranked Number 1 in San Diego (40 and over division). Earlier this year, Rost won the Balboa Open.

A lawyer by profession and entrepreneur by choice, Rost is the founder and CEO of Del Mar, Ca based PMR and Associates, LLC, a consulting firm providing services to the senior management team of public and private companies in areas of corporate finance, mergers, acquisitions, business development and investor relations.

He is also the founder of the International Stem Cell Network, an industry forum established in 2008 for the support and advancement research of the stem cell industry. He is very active in supporting the Wounded Warrior Foundation raising money and organizing an annual deep sea fishing trip for the Foundation.

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