We're all in this together.

Mental Health support for the sports business industry.

As sports industry professionals we all face challenges that can affect our mental health.

This is THE destination for those of us in sports business, at all levels, to talk about those challenges and get the support we need to persevere. Whether it's in your career or your personal life, everyone is going through something. By joining this community we will provide you with resources, peer-to-peer support, and even recommendations to ensure you're staying healthy both in and out of the front office.

What's our why?

This is a collaboration between me (Bob Hamer the President & Founder of Sports Business Solutions) and my great friend and mentor (Eric Kussin, the Founder of the Non Profit We're All a Little "Crazy" and creator of the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement).

Together we have more than 30 years of experience in sports business. We worked together at the Phoenix Suns and we both have faced mental health challenges. Our vision is to share stories, strategies, and resources in an effort to help others in sports overcome the challenges we all face at some point or another.

Join our community today!

We will send you emails and updates periodically with mental health tips, stories, best practices and events for sports industry professionals. Your opt-in is anonymous, and your email and information won't be shared with anyone. By sharing your email here, it'll allow us to keep you up to date with mental health tips in sports.

Mental Health Discussion Board

Member or not, feel free to share your thoughts and questions anonymously here. Your input will be shared to our public discussion board but your identity will be protected. This forum provides you a platform to ask questions of others who may be experiencing similar challenges, and it also allows us at #SameHere Solutions to get ideas for possible new mental health content in the future. This information won't be shared anywhere other than this discussion board.

Senior Vice President, Premium Sales and Service @ The New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center
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Bringing Mental Health AWARENESS to the sports business world.

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I have worked in the sports industry for 20 years in Community Relations, Merchandise, Customer Service, and Ticket Sales. I want to thank Bob and everyone within SBS for providing these webinars, tools, and advice to get us all through these tough times. If there are any full time opportunities within or organization hiring please let me know. Hope you, family, and organization are safe and healthy.

#SameHere Solutions Blog

This blog is filled with personal stories and "life hacks" to help support your mental health. It can be intimidating but incredibly rewarding to tell your story. If you'd like to take that step, we'd be honored if you told your story here. If interested, message us.

Mental Health Discussions

The mission of #SameHere Solutions is to help those in the sports business who are facing challenges of any severity, to get the support and resources they need to ultimately thrive both in and out of the office. These sessions are live and interactive and if you want to hear from others that may have the same challenges you do, you should join us. Attendance can be anonymous among other attendees.

Upcoming Events

Coming soon.

Past Events

  • SameHere Solutions - How to protect your mental health during unprecedented times

    There's no doubt about it, we're living in unprecedented times. Dealing with the fear of uncertainty is very real and causes stress and anxiety for many people. Especially those in sports business right now, who's daily lives have been flipped upside down due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Games and live events have been canceled, and the industry is in flux about what the future looks like. Watch as Bob Hamer, Eric Kussin and former NHL hockey player Theo Fleury share tips on how you can stay mentally tough during this difficult time. Originally recorded on March 24, 2020.

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