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TY COBB MUSEUM Royston, Georgia

About the Ty Cobb Museum Advisory Board

       "I am very proud of the awesome staff that I work with on a daily basis," said Wesley Fricks, museum's Executive Director, "the level of professionalism and dedication that they exemplify makes us the best the business has to offer."

DAVID COBB
TCM Advisory Board Member

       David Cobb, Principal, specializes in Retail Commercial Real Estate (Tenant and Landlord Representation). He has extensive experience in third-party leasing, including, but not limited to  grocery anchored centers, power centers, unanchored strip centers and ground-up developments. Dave currently works with numerous Landlords and Developers including DeBartolo Development, Equity One, Continental Realty Corporation, Orion Investment, Prudential, Epic Real Estate Partners, Regency Centers and National Retail Properties.

       David has built long lasting Tenant and Landlord Representation relationships with many distinguished retailers such as: O’Reilly Auto Parts, Dunkin Donuts, Jersey Mikes Subs, Hawker’s, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, J. Alexander’s, Huey Magoo’s Chicken Tenders, Sola Salons and The Cameron Mitchell Restaurant Group. He has recently closed transactions with Fresh Market, O’Reilly Auto Parts, LA Fitness, Marshall’s, First Watch, Panda Express, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Hawker’s, Planet Fitness, Rascal Flatt’s Themed Restaurant, Dollar Tree, First Watch, Brass Tap, Marilyn Monroe Spa, McDonald’s and Racetrac.

       David graduated from DePauw University, received his Master’s in Business Administration from Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. He also studied abroad in Osaka, Japan at the Kansai Gaidai University.

       David is on the Board of the Ty Cobb Museum / Educational Fund, a member ICSC and other local philanthropic organizations.

       He is a Florida native and resides in Lake Mary, Florida with his 3 daughters.


SHARON BROWN
LEAH MCCALL
      Sharon Brown was born in Franklin County in 1944. She was married for over 50 years to Mr. Grady H. Brown of Hart County. Sharon has two children Robyn B. Moon and Mark K. Brown. She has 4 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Leah McCall joined the Ty Cobb Museum in November 2017. 
     Leah holds a Bachelor's Degree from Limestone College, and a Master's Degree in Sports Management from Concordia University.