Rob HaleBoston Cannons Majority Owner
Rob Hale is majority owner of the Boston Cannons. Hale acquired a controlling interest in the Cannons in 2013 and has been part of the Cannons ownership group since 2008. Hale leads the Cannons Board of Directors and is the team's voting member on the Major League Lacrosse Board of Managers. Rob played lacrosse collegiately at Connecticut College and has actively supported the sport as a youth coach, and benefactor, in the town of Hingham, MA.
Rob is the founder and CEO of Granite Telecommunications, based in Quincy, MA. Hale established Granite in 2002 and has grown the business into one of the largest privately held telecommunications service providers in the U.S. with annual revenues exceeding $900 million. Hale is the co-founder of FoxRock Properties and Copley Equity Partners and is a co-owner of the Boston Celtics.
Rob lives in the Boston area with his wife and three children. He serves on the Board of Trustees for Boston's Children's Hospital, Bringham & Women's Hospital, the South Shore YMCA, and the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.