Who is Bryan Salamone?
Bryan Salamone is known for his charitable endeavors, his aggressive courtroom style and as Long Island's preeminent divorce lawyer, and as an award-winning international supercar rally driver, Mr. Salamone's characteristically aggressive nature is widely recognized, both in the Courtroom as well as in the road circuits of Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and the United States. He always keeps a focus on those less fortunate than him and he is a leader in advocating for both mother's rights and father's rights in connection with divorce, custody, support and property division. In 2010, Mr. Salamone appeared on MTV in the bullrunRally; in 2018, Mr. Salamone was featured in a Netflix original program. In 2018, Bryan L. Salamone, Esq., drove his signature chrome Lamborghini around the world in a series of international charity-based events in the USA; Europe and Asia. In the Summer of 2018, Mr. Salamone successfully completed his trip round the world in Tokyo, Japan. Mr. Salamone brought the first ever Lamborghini SUV to the Burning Man Festival and Mr. Salamone leads the New York City Veteran's Day Parade annually in his signature rally cars together with his father who is a Korean War Veteran. Mr. Salamone has since appeared on French television both on "Fifty Minutes" and in "Haute Tension." Mr. Salamone's car is featured in a 2020 blockbuster major studio film.
Record Holding Rally Driving Personality
Bryan Salamone is known throughout the United States as an international rally driver. He is frequently spotted driving his signature rally car, a chrome Lamborghini, in events worldwide from Monte Carlo to Manhattan. He is both a motivational as well as an educational speaker to various youth groups. Mr. Salamone is the first person to successfully complete the three most prominent U.S. rallies: Gumball 3000, goldRush Rally and bullrunRally. He has been featured in an international documentary by Vice Media and he is featured in the Netflix original series "Fastest Car" episode 4 season 1 entitled "King of the World" and in major motion pictures. Mr. Salamone has appeared on film with many A-List celebrities, politicians and sports figures. Mr. Salamone has appeared in major network newscasts throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America. TeamSalamone has been featured in many print magazines including La Vita Lamborghini and The Business Insider. Mr. Salamone was quoted, and his signature rally car was shown on the first page of the Seattle Times in 2017 in connection with a charitable event by Lamborghini. In 2018, Mr. Salamone drove around the entire globe starting in New York and ending in Japan as part of several televised charity-based events, run consecutively around the world.
Philanthropy Work Through Teamsalamone
Teamsalamone is the automotive charity team that Mr. Salamone created in order to reach out to people and bring awareness to specific causes. Through his showmanship and his victories on the road, he has been able to headline numerous events that have raised over $1,000,000.00 in donations for charitable causes. His team has directly organized and participated in events worldwide including events that have provided funding for: a lung transplant that successfully saved a woman's life, The Taylor Lynn Foundation, and numerous pediatric and child-based charities and causes. For several years Mr. Salamone’s team was car number 01 in goldRush Rally to raise money to end human trafficking in Zambia. Mr. Salamone's aunt, Margie Hosch, is a nun in the "Order of Saint Francis”. Sister Hosch is a Octogenarian who travels to Africa each year to assist the church in it’s fight to end human trafficking and improve conditions in Zambia. In 2014, Mr. Salamone's donations directly contributed to building a well which brought clean drinking water to an entire village.
Mr. Salamone has been honored by the Italian embassy in Washington D.C. for his charitable causes and his car has been publicly displayed to large crowds in Times Square, Vatican City, Tokyo, Coventry Gardens in the U.K. the Indianapolis Speedway, the Staples Center in Los Angeles and at the Castle of Versailles in France.
Mr. Salamone and his law firm are major supporters of the USMC Toys for Tots program; the Make A Wish Foundation, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation of New York City. Mr. Salamone’s personal charity is the Sisters of Saint Francis, as well as the Little Sisters of the Poor. The Little Sisters of the Poor use donations from Mr. Salamone’s Rally Team to support their Queen of Peace Residence which provides a home and hospice to terminally ill nuns. Vice Media featured Mr. Salamone in a documentary with respect to the billion-dollar divorce industry, his remarked success and his charity work. The Vice Media documentary is entitled "Heartbreak Hustle."
Divorce Services Accessible to the Community
For over 20 years, Bryan Salamone has been leading Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. They have represented celebrities and extreme high net worth individuals as well as the average member of the community, offering some of the most competitive and lowest rates in the industry. Mr. Salamone himself does not differentiate between the celebrity clients, the "big cases", and the cases of local people who are seeking an uncontested divorce for only a few hundred dollars. He is eager to fight hard for the average working person who seeks divorce or custody and he offers an hourly rate as low as $290.00 per hour.
Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. handles more divorces each year than any other New York Divorce Law Firm. Mr. Salamone is an authority on divorce and his firm’s “Smarter Divorce” process has made his firm the most successful Divorce and Family Law Firm in New York.