David M. Cunic
David Cunic is a member of various physical therapy and community service organizations and has been the owner and manager of DMC Athletics & Rehabilitation, Inc. (DMC) since its founding in 2006. David has grown the company from himself, as the only employee, to 23 employees in just over five years with sales reaching approximately $2 million per year. Educated with a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physical Therapy from the University of New England, David is highly trained in sports medicine, orthopedics, and manual therapy and has had the honor of working with prestigious doctors from numerous professional and Olympic sport teams. In addition, prior to forming DMC, he has worked at inpatient facilities and has managed several outpatient orthopedic clinics. Mr. Cunic periodically refines his knowledge and manual skills through workshops and continuing education seminars, but what makes him truly unique is his ability to relate to his patients, which is a result of receiving intensive physical therapy himself for four years. David is a certified personal trainer and a licensed referee for the United States Soccer Federation. He was chosen to serve as the CEO based on the fact that it was his vision and concept to create Pazoo, Inc.
Chairman of the Board, President, and Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales
Mr. Basloe brings over three decades of sales and marketing experience and leadership to PAZOO, where he has developed the strategic plans and execution for advertising, sales, marketing and distribution. Since 1996, Mr. Basloe has served as the president of SMB Marketing Group – a full-service marketing firm that provides strategy, sales consulting, planning and creative production for brand development, marketing, advertising and promotions. At SMB, his key accomplishments have included the launch of a new division for Bertelsmann Home Entertainment; product/brand introductions for Samsung, McGraw-Hill, GoodTimes Home Entertainment, Thomas Regional Publishing, and Alfred Haber Distribution; as well as online brand development for S. Rothschild outwear and Rosco Vision Systems. He most recently developed the branding, product and marketing strategies for the rollout of a breakthrough tennis elbow device. For the 15 years prior to SMB, Mr. Basloe was a founding partner at Ericksen/Basloe Advertising, a leading, award-winning entertainment agency that grew an average of 20% a year through its offices in NYC and LA. The agency’s prestigious client base included several top movie studios: Warner Brothers, Disney, Paramount and Columbia Pictures. At EBA, Mr. Basloe developed the marketing, advertising and sales strategies for the launches of Turner Home Entertainment and Hanna Barbara Home Entertainment (through Worldvision Home Entertainment). Mr. Basloe also developed the multi-year, direct response campaign for Jack Nicklaus’s ‘Golf My Way’ video series. Previously, he was a member of the senior management team that launched Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment and made it into an industry leader. At Columbia, Mr. Basloe built a nationwide sales distribution network and led the team that branded the division and its individual product labels, and created the marketing, advertising and promotional programs for new product releases. Steven Basloe holds a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) and a Master in Business Administration in marketing (M.B.A.), plus a Juris Doctorate (J.D.), from Syracuse University.
Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Director
Ben Hoehn has both a Bachelor and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati. He is currently the Chief Operating Officer for all 3 of DMC Athletics and Rehabilitation’s physical therapy and personal training facilities, in New Jersey as well as DMC's Nutritional Line. He has held this post since April 2010, managing its current staff, handling all day to day business operations and implementing new policies and procedures to ensure patient satisfaction. Prior to his work at DMC, from 2007 to 2010 he was employed in Cincinnati by Community Police Partnering Center, a non-profit organization that worked with the Cincinnati Police Department in crime and problem solving techniques. His duties included developing, extracting, and analyzing criminal data as well as providing technical and analytical assistance to all stages of the criminal problem solving process.