SBJ/April 15-21, 2013/People and Pop Culture

Faces and Places: Forty Under 40



This year’s Forty Under 40 class received their awards and the applause of friends, family and peers at a dinner April 4 at the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, Fla.

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Members of the Forty Under 40 Class of 2013 posed for their group portrait at the ceremony honoring them April 4 in Naples, Fla.












Holly Sonders, co-host of Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive,” handled MC duties …






















… along with her fellow “Morning Drive” co-host Ahmad Rashad.








Past winners get together: AmEx’s Rich Lehrfeld, Scott O’Neil, and MSG Sports’ Ron Skotarczak




















This year’s entrants into the Forty Under 40 Hall of Fame: three-time winners Merritt Paulson, Mike McCarley, Greg Luckman and Sam Kennedy





















CAA’s Mike Levine, Jay Adya of Evolution Media Capital, and Greg Luckman and Paul Danforth of CAA






















Carl Mittleman of Aramark shares the stage with one of the program’s co-hosts, Holly Sonders.
















Nearly 400 people gathered to salute this year’s class of honorees.















Matt Lederer of Comcast, Dave Rosenberg of GMR Marketing, Andrew Cohen of Visa and Mike Boykin of GMR Marketing













Alec Scheiner of the Cleveland Browns, Bill Rhoda of Legends Sales & Marketing and Sashi Brown of the Browns






From the Aramark contingent: Andy Shipe, Marc Bruno, Kira and Gary Jacobus, and Brent Franks















Issa Sawabini of Fuse, Adam Harter of Pepsi and wife Rachel Harter, Robbie Tran of Pepsi, and Megan Hughes of Genesco Sports Enterprises












Craig Karmazin (second from left) with (from left) father Mel Karmazin, wife Kelli Gabel, sister Dina Elkins and stepmother Terry Karmazin














Brothers Joe and Michael Ondrejko — Joe from the Philadelphia 76ers and Michael from Legends —and Brent Stehlik of the Cleveland Browns













Tom Garfinkel of the San Diego Padres and Merritt Paulson of the Portland Timbers















Publisher Richard Weiss applauds with the crowd as the honorees come across the stage to begin the evening.




































Cubs owner Tom Ricketts, Mike Boykin and Greg Busch of GMR Marketing, and W Partners’ Wally Hayward







Heat owner Micky Arison, wife Kelly Arison, Jocelyn Woolworth, husband Eric Woolworth of the Heat and AmericanAirlines Arena








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