Robert Morris University – Corporate Partnership & Ticket Management

“RMU Athletics is excited to partner with Taymar Sales U., and we see this as a great opportunity to partner with the fastest growing ticket sales company in our industry,” Vice President and Director of Athletics Chris King said. “Taymar Sales U. shares our vision for the advancement of our basketball, hockey and football ticket sales operation and are committed to developing an extensive ticket marketing, sales and service plan. We live in a dynamic sports region, and partnering with Taymar Sales U. positions RMU Athletics to continue to serve our season ticket patrons and to make new connections in one of the country’s most passionate sports cities. We look forward to our partnership with Mark Dyer and the entire team at Taymar.”

Rob Goodman


A native of Philadelphia with undergraduate and graduate degrees from Temple University, Rob is a seasoned professional in college and pro sports, arena management and non-profit community engagement. His career has taken him to Omaha, Washington, DC, New Orleans, and Pittsburgh, where he has lived since 2006. He resides in Upper St. Clair, PA with his wife, Lisa and their two dogs and is the proud parent of 4 children (1 college graduate, 2 currently in college and a high school senior). In his "free" time, Rob explores as many sections of Pittsburgh's 46 miles of the Montour Trail, binge watches mystery/crime series, but always makes time for catching up with his kids, as well as managing his successful fantasy football and baseball teams. Crazy Fact: Lived in a 146-sq-ft FEMA trailer (with 2 of my young daughters) on the front lawn of my Hurricane Katrina flooded house before I moved to Pittsburgh. Item You Can’t Live Without: My phone. Kids, wife, family...and my fantasy sports apps. Rob's Hot Take: There is no other place in the world like New Orleans. The city's "soul" is palpable.

Edwin Valentin



Edwin graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with his Bachelors Degree in Sport Management. During his time at CalU, he was able to get his start in the sports industry by working for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the Pittsburgh Passion. He was also able to get his foot in the door with the Washington Wild Things, an independent professional baseball team, which is where he ended up full-time upon graduation. Within the three years he was with the Wild Things, Edwin went from Account Executive to Director of Ticket Sales by exceeding all of the organization’s expectations and reshaping the Ticketing Department. In his free time, Edwin loves listening to music, binging watching shows and movies, and just about every sport that’s on TV. Crazy Fact:  I don’t like any of the sports teams from my hometown (Philadelphia). Item You Can’t Live Without:  My watches Edwin’s Hot Take:  Moe’s is better than Chipotle