Brett Bouchy (Managing Partner and Co-Owner)
Brett Bouchy is in his 18th year in the Arena Football League. He serves on the AFL’s executive committee and is Chairman of the League’s Sales and Expansion Committee. After spending 15 seasons as Managing Partner/Owner of the Orlando Predators, Bouchy teamed up with Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Doc McGhee to launch the AFL expansion team LA KISS.
As the managing partner of the LA KISS, Bouchy orchestrated the placement of the team’s permanent home, Honda Center, in Anaheim, CA, as well as the hiring of Hall of Fame Coach, Bob McMillen. Bouchy has lead the team to become one of the most nationally and locally televised expansion teams in the league.
Prior to LA KISS, Bouchy led the Orlando Predators to the playoffs in 14 of his 15 years, five Arena Bowls, and two Arena Bowl Championships. Additionally, Bouchy hired Jay Gruden, the current head coach of the NFL’s Washington Redskins, to his first head coaching position in professional football. Gruden and Bouchy spent ten years together with the Orlando Predators.
Bouchy and his wife Brandy live in Orange County, CA and have five children, Brett Jr., Joshua, Caleb, Saile and Micah.