Founder and Owner
Mike Bone is the President and owner of Spectrum Sports Management, Inc., Mike has been involved in owning and operating sports marketing/management companies in Southern California for over twenty-five years and is an acknowledged leader in event management and seasoned professional in sponsorship packaging and sales.
Mike has built Spectrum Sports Management on the strong belief that if you work hard for the project, the client, the athlete, and the community, great results will follow.
This project-first philosophy has served well as Spectrum Sports has grown each year and developed into a leader in the event management/sponsorship industry in Southern California. This growth and development has been led by a roster of the most prestigious sporting events in the market, including the management of the runDisney events at the Disneyland® Resort; the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Foundation; Executive Director of the PGA TOUR’s Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club; General Manager of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles; and a variety of runs and events in the Los Angeles market.
The Spectrum Sports’ team is recognized for their professionalism, hard work and dedication to ensuring that the participant, the athlete, has a memorable time while participating in one of their events. The team is comprised of extremely talented people who share Mike’s vision and dedication to the project and the athlete.
Mike was born and raised in Southern California and is a graduate of the University of California at Irvine, with a degree in economics. He is married to his wife, Bonnie, whom he met at UC Irvine and has two sons, Andy and Matt. Both boys are competitive athletes themselves and can often be found working alongside their dad in preparing another extraordinary event.
- Married to Bonnie, who he met in college, and has two sons – Andy and Matt.
- Will take any opportunity to spend a day fishing on a river, or sitting in the stands watching an Angel’s baseball game
- Favorite time was having the opportunity to coach both sons in baseball and watch them develop into college athletes and scholars.