Eric Tetler currently serves as the president of Windfield Alloy, which he expanded to become a national recycling firm. Alongside his career, Eric Tetler serves as a soccer coach and supports the work of various soccer organizations. He also plans to donate tickets for the New England Revolution games to the INTI Soccer Academy.
The New England Revolution has partnered with UnitedHealthcare in order to provide youth across the region the opportunity to attend home games at the team's Gillette Stadium. Known as Corner for a Cause, this program involves reserving a corner of the stadium for a group from a local community organization. Members of the group generally arrive in time for the Revolution's warm-up and then assist in the ceremonies before the game. The group also receives recognition on the stadium HD boards.
The New England Revolution was established in 1996. Throughout the nearly two decades since its creation, the team has participated more than 11 times in the MLS Cup Playoffs. The team also maintains its own charitable foundation to promote a diverse range of youth and soccer programs. For more information about the New England Revolution, visit www.revolutionsoccer.net.
Since 2007, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, an environmentally conscious recycling business in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He first joined the company in 1994, and 13 years later, he became its majority shareholder.