Serial Entrepreneur

The Cher home is a dream. With seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, unparalleled views of the ocean, infinity waterfall and pool, and many more luxurious features, it is a resort-like playground of first-class amenities right at home. But Wolfington, who is going to build a new dream home on the island, ended up placing this top dollar house on the market at the bottom of the recession. The miracle? They fetched an impressive $2 million more than their buying price at the peak of the market.

As the release of the next film from The One Group is patiently anticipated, Wolfington’s non-compete has expired, allowing him to reenter the automotive industry. Using his experience in both film and autos, he started an impressive seven new marketing and technology companies serving both the automotive and entertainment industries. These companies include Level 5 Marketing, which focuses on outsourced sales and marketing solutions for international automotive associations, films, and musical artists. is a holistic approach that specializes in results-oriented marketing for auto companies. Then there is Call Revu, a service that monitors 100 percent of retailers’ calls to track advertising sources and the customer experience. And there is also Team Velocity (, a digitally targeted marketing company devoted to the automotive industry, Mobile Marketing USA, and Webmercial, responsible for creating and streaming advertising videos throughout the World Wide Web.

His company developed the entire digital marketing campaign for Grammy Award-winning artist Shakira, and he was bestowed the President’s Volunteer Service Award in 2008 for his work with others under The Wolfington Charitable Foundation.

Wolfington is also the founder of the Automotive Advertising Network, which provides car dealers with innovative outlets for selling their vehicles, and he was a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award when he was 34 years old—a huge accomplishment, being that Wayne Huizenga, founder of Blockbuster and AutoNation, won this coveted award the previous year. In addition to Huizenga’s credits in these parallel industries, he is also the only person to have six companies simultaneously listed on the New York Stock Exchange and to build three Fortune 1000 companies. Wolfington’s co-finalist, Bill McDermott, is the CEO of SAP, the largest CRM company in the world with approximately $10 billion a year in revenue. Not bad company for Wolfington to keep.

With such a list of accomplishments, anyone would assume that he has accomplished his fate and then some. But not Wolfington. He is always multiple steps ahead of the rest, anticipating the evolution of new business and industries. Says Wolfington, “I am in the business of innovating, not duplicating. And mobile marketing is the next frontier. The Internet is not a puzzle that is as fun for me to figure out anymore, so I am spending time and resources to revolutionize the world of mobile marketing.”