Clint Cure joined Florida State in April of 2021 as Senior Manager, Business Development for Seminole Sports Properties. Clint has spent more than 15 years’ operating on the team side of professional sports before segueing to the collegiate side of the business.
Prior to FSU, Cure was with the New York Mets, holding several senior leadership roles within the organization. Cure was in integral part of the AAA Syracuse Mets franchise relocation from Las Vegas, NV to Syracuse, NY. Prior to that, Cure served as the Assistant GM for Clover Park and the New York Mets Spring Training home in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Prior to his time with the New York Mets, Cure held numerous leadership roles within professional baseball teams from sales to facility operations and food & beverage. Clint was a member of the Florida State League of Professional Baseball Organizations marketing committee where he secured several leaguewide marketing partnerships on behalf of teams in the league. Prior to a life in baseball, Cure work for International Speedway Corporation (ISC) in Daytona Beach, Florida holding several roles around Daytona International Speedway and MyRaceTravel.com, the former “Official Race Travel” provide of NASCAR, where he managed clients “At Track” marketing efforts and entertained some of the premier sports sponsors in the country.
Cure, a native of Highmount, NY, played baseball at SUNY Cobleskill before transferring to attend Cortland State, where he played Rugby. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Sport Management with a minor in economics and an Associate Degree in Physical Education and coaching. He also earned a certificate in International Sport Industry & International Sport Management from the Deutsche Sporthochschule in Cologne, Germany.
Cure and his wife Michelle, have three children, Keegan, Caedan, and Kiley.