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13005 W Bluemound Rd
Brookfield, WI, 53005
United States


Athletes On The Move was founded in 1994 by Realtor David Eyrise. The career of a Pro Athlete, Coach and Sports Industry Executive has created a unique real estate lifestyle. We understand how and why this group of professionals move.  This is why Athletes On the Move was created.  We have built up a word of mouth reputation over the years that provides the trust you need to have. 



Lindsay’s Voice was created in celebration of the life of Lindsay (Wenzel) Lopez, a 32 year old wife and mother, who lost her 14-month battle against Leukemia on November 22, 2010.  In her memory, the organization has found ways to raise funds to help support local patient services and research for anyone who is fighting blood cancers.  One of their main events is Tree’s Of Hope held every year in November.  This event raises money to benefit the Blood Center of WI, and Be The Match (National Marrow Donor Program), Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin’s Car-T-Cell Immunotherapy Program, Kathy’s House (Patient Housing) and CIBMTR Center for International Bone Marrow Transplant Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. To raise money, sponsors donate decorated Christmas Trees to the event that are then silent auctioned off to the guests and public. 

Athletes On The Move has been apart of the Trees Of Hope event from the beginning.  Each year AOTM has helped with planning and sponsoring Christmas Trees and Tables for the dinner and reception event.  For additional information on Lindsay's Voice and Trees of Hope WI and their cause visit the website at




Foundation To Be Named Later was launched in Spring 2005 by twin brothers Paul & Theo Epstein.  Their mission is to improve the world through education, leadership and the healthy development of youth and families.   The Foundation To Be Named Later raises awareness and funds for non-profit agencies who serve disadvantaged youth in the Greater Boston and Chicago Areas.  By investing in programs that teach leadership, education and healthy development of families they help create better lives for children and even send young people with great potential to colleges. 

Athletes On The Move started working with The Foundation To Be Named Later in 2011.  AOTM has helped sponsor the Hot Stove Cool Music Series in both Boston and Chicago.   This event was founded by Peter Gammons to help raise awareness for the Foundation’s mission and to share the inspiring impact of the Foundation’s non-profit partners.  To find out more information on The Foundation To Be Named later visit their website at

Athletes On The Move team with Cubs GM Theo Epstein who founded Foundation To Be Named Later with Cubs World Series Trophy.

Athletes On The Move team with Cubs GM Theo Epstein who founded Foundation To Be Named Later with Cubs World Series Trophy.




The Sports Legacy Institute is a Boston based non-profit organization founded by Chris Nowinski and Dr. Robert Cantu in 2007.  Chris Nowinski, a professional WWE wrestler met Dr. Cantu in 2003 after experiencing severe post-concussion syndrome.  Dr. Cantu, a world renowned concussion expert, transformed everything Chris thought he know about concussions.  Chris was never taught the signs and symptoms of a concussion, nor the values of resting after a concussion and the long-term effects.  Chris brought the information Dr. Cantu provided into the public eye, and set a goal to change how concussions were understood and handled in sports.  Today SLI is dedicated to ‘solving the concussion crisis’ by advancing the study, treatment, and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups.  

Athletes On The Move joined teams with Sports Legacy Institute this year.  AOTM attended the Chicago Concussion Coalition Dinner Honoring Jim McMahon in June.  For further information on The Sports Legacy Institute and post-concussion syndrome visit their website at