Marc Badain Resigns After Serving As Raiders’ President For Three Decades

Marc Badain
Marc Badain

Marc Badain issued his resignation on Monday from the post of President. He served as the President of Las Vegas Raiders, the renowned football team in Vegas. This sudden announcement came as a shock to all the fans and the team itself. After serving for almost three decades, Badain decided to draw the line. 

Marc Badain’s Resignation Comes As A Shock

Badain was the President of Raiders, the renowned football team in Vegas. His stint with the team dated way back to 1991. He joined the group for an internship. Marc played a pivotal role in shifting Raiders from Oakland. However, this sudden announcement shocked the company. They were not at all prepared for the announcement. 

Marc Badain stated that he wanted to spend time with his family. That was the only reason that played a catalyst for the announcement. He thanked the head of the team, Mark Davis for providing him with the opportunity. Narrating his journey, Badain stated what he felt challenged him most. He said that the successful shifting and completion of the new stadium was the most demanding.  He felt happy to have completed the endeavor. 

Marc expressed his gratitude to the Managing Director of the organization. He extended his thankfulness to him and wished him luck for the future. Marc stated that even after resigning, he will always be a part of the Raiders. Davis too congratulated Marc on his successful tenure. He appreciated the work ethic of Badain.

The Raiders had a fantastic outing last season. They finished 2nd behind the Kansas Chiefs. The Raiders will be eager to better their performance when they take the field this season.

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