HADESVILLE, N.C. — The owner of a luxury home management company that handled security for the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX championship team says he has lost faith in management at Hudson’s Homes Management.
“I have lost faith,” Eric Wertheimer told The Associated Press by phone Wednesday.
Wertheimer, who was the executive director of the company that had security guards in New England for the team’s Super Bowl win in 2014, said he has a message for management at the home management firm he has worked for for nearly two decades: It’s time to step aside.”
There’s a lot of pressure on people to be perfect.”
Wertheimer, who was the executive director of the company that had security guards in New England for the team’s Super Bowl win in 2014, said he has a message for management at the home management firm he has worked for for nearly two decades: It’s time to step aside.
Wertheim says he believes management has failed in its duty to protect the Patriots’ championship team and his employees from potential security breaches.WERTHEIMER: I have lost trust in Hudson’s.
They have done nothing for my family.
They are in the wrong business, not in the right state.
They need to step down.
It’s a shame.
They should have done this before.
I think they have not.
It is not their fault.
They must do this.
It needs to be done.
I am not going to put up with this.
I want this to end now.
I feel this is not the right way to do business.
I have never been a big fan of this company.
They failed us all.
I don’t care how you look at it.
We are all in this together.
Hudson’s said in a statement that it has a responsibility to protect employees, customers and the community, but it has not been able to provide that level of security for its employees.WESTBOROUGH, Mass.
— The owners of two upscale home management companies in the Boston area say they are in a dispute with Hudson’s management and its owners over how to deal with a potential breach of security.
Hudys management has a duty to secure the Super Bowl-winning Patriots’ home in Boston, said Tom Stitt, owner of Hudson’s, which is based in Westborough, Mass., and is in a contract dispute with its owners.
Stitt said the owners have been in touch with him for several weeks.
I have a feeling we’re going to be going at it for the next two weeks,” Stitt said.
When asked whether he believes the Patriots should step down, Stitt responded: “I think we should.
I do not believe they should be in the position that they’re in.
“Hudy’s management was not immediately available for comment.
Stitt says he had not had any discussions with management about the Super Cup-winning team, which won the Superbowl.
Stitt says Hudson’s is in talks with other management companies, but he is unsure which ones.