A native son to New Jersey and a 20-year veteran of Wall Street, Vincent Munn has dedicated his life to helping people, young and old, understand the importance of and get the most out of sports. In his early years, he naturally gravitated towards multiple sports. After early success in football at the junior and high school level in Jersey City, Vincent went on to play college football at Boston College from 1983 to 1987. As the starting cornerback, he learned a lot about the importance of sports from the perspective of an individual and the impact on the team. During his time at BC - which included the famous “Hail Mary” game against the Miami Hurricanes - the team won two Eastern Conference Championships, made three Bowl appearances and today Vincent has countless friends who were teammates.

In searching for ways to give back to the community in an area of interest to him and after working on Wall Street for several years, Vincent founded a company called “Blue Chips Sports Camps”. Through sports, mentoring and education, the goal of “Blue Chips Sport Camps” was for every participant to leave with a positive and fun experience that equipped him or her with skills for both sports and life. “Blue Chips Sports Camps” implemented sound sports fundamentals on team concepts, life and socialization. This approach - coined “Basics and Beyond” - continues to be the company’s goal and will be instrumental in instilling skills, goals and morals into the mindsets of everyone who participates.

Vincent Munn is currently New Managing Owner of South Brunswick Grand Slam located in Southern New Jersey. His strongest desire is to implement these fundamentals—and a love for sports—at South Brunswick Grand Slam for children and for those adults who are still young at heart.


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