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Getting personal with sports agent Jordan Woy

Posted 6:44am on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012

Getting personal with Jordan Woy

Aside from being the founding partner of Willis & Woy Sports Group, Jordan Woy is also a co-founder (with his brother) of Express Working Capital, which makes highly profitable short-term money advances to dry cleaners, car dealerships and mostly restaurants located in 45 states, in addition to handling nearly all of their credit card, payroll and other back-office processing. Woy says that Express Working Capital is expected, within the next two years, to clear around $100 million in revenues.

A serious movie buff, Woy says some of his favorite all-time flicks include the first two "Godfather" films, almost any Woody Allen movie, The Sting, the entire Jason Bourne series, Casablanca, The Shawshank Redemption, True Grit with John Wayne and Shane. "If I had to do it again, I'd probably be a movie producer," he says. "In many ways, I'm more of a movie fan than a sports fan."

In his spare time, Woy, a divorced father of two daughters, ages 19 and 17, likes to play the stock market (CNBC, not ESPN, is constantly on in his office), or jet off to Las Vegas with friends for several days of blackjack and baccarat.

He lives in Las Colinas, where he has a spacious home and pool, and stays in shape by working out and playing racquetball and squash at the nearby Four Seasons sports club. He also enjoys driving his black Maserati four-door.

--Andrew Marton

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