2016 Industry Leader: Cris Rohrer

By Sponsored Content, December 14, 2016

Cris Rohrer
Sales Manager, Lubbock Sports
Lubbock, Texas

Cris Rohrer grew up in a sporting environment. In fact, his dad’s father was one of the founders of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. His mom’s father was also very involved in the sporting world. Rohrer has always enjoyed meeting people and bringing sports to the community. He likes to live by his motto: “People do not remember the days, they remember the moments.”

Career Accomplishments

Rohrer has worked at Lubbock Sports for more than three years. He has worked hard to grow and develop new relationships in the sports world, and he always makes sure each event coming to Lubbock feels like they are the only game in town. 

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“Cris does an amazing job at Lubbock Sports and continues to bring Lubbock a wide variety of sporting events. He always makes planners and teams feel like they’re No. 1,” says Scott Harrison, sports director of Lubbock Sports.

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