Stephen is currently the owner of the NJ and New York metro market of College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving. As the largest owner of the College Hunks brand Mr. Bienko hopes to continue the quest to educate and assist the commercial and residential markets to recycle, re-use and conserve products. Their moving division is set to create true transparency in the local moving market.


Formally, Stephen was the Senior Vice President of SequentialT a technology marketing company that supercharges fan engagement while producing new revenue streams for sports, music, foundational and political verticals.


Before SequentialT Stephen was the Director of Marketing of Kennedy Funding. Kennedy Funding is known as the largest and most successful situational commercial lending institution in the United States.


Stephen has been involved in the sports marketing and athlete management for the past 10 years. He has designed and implemented some of the most successful marketing initiatives in the Olympic sports division. He spent two years driving the marketing of 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist in the Decathlon, Bryan Clay. Byran’s face appeared on the cover of the Wheaties box two times in one year. He also graced the cover of over 10 magazines which is the most since Bruce Jenner.


Mr. Bienko spent his beginning business years training hundreds of professional athletes in all sports, over 20 of the athletes he trained (while they were in HS), made it to the professional ranks. Over 45 of his high school athletes played for ivy league institutions. In the process of training, Mr Bienko designed and built 4 athletic training facilities. They ranged from 5,000 sq feet to 30,000 sq ft.


Stephen started his professional career in the much respected NJ State Police. Stephen was awarded “Top Trainee” while at the Sea Girt, NJ basic training, was a road duty trooper and a member of the Drug and Alcohol Control Task Torce.


Mr Bienko proudly attended the United States Air Force Academy.


Specialties: Marketing, Branding, Social Engagement, Private Equity Commercial Real Estate Lending, Sports Marketing, Moving, Recycling, Sanitation,

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