Ted DiBiase Accepts Executive Position With Website Following Departure From WWE



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After announcing his departure from WWE this week, Ted DiBiase will be working for an e-commerce website that targets college students.

According to Mississippi Business Journal, the son of WWE Hall of Famer “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase has accepted an executive position with CollegeGarageSale.com, a subsidiary of Jackson, Missouri-based BFAC, LLC.

“I loved my career in the WWE and I will forever be thankful for the opportunity to work in that industry,” DiBiase said in a statement to Mississippi Business Journal. “Leaving a job you love is not easy, but I believe so strongly in the future of CollegeGarageSale.com that I knew it was time to change my focus.”

The website allows people to purchase and sell items college students would use.

“Working with Teddy over the last year on a number of projects I can say we are truly blessed to have him on our team,” said BFAC CEO Brad McMullan in a released statement.

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