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Dan Rouen


Dan Rouen is the founder and president. He started Tickets For Less in 2004 as a side business and has grown it into Kansas City’s largest and highest rated ticket seller. Dan is known in the industry for his commitment to quality service and loyalty to his customers. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Friends University and a master’s degree in business administration from Baker University. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife of 15 years and his 2 children.

Favorite Concert: Maroon 5 Sprint Center or U2 at United Center
Favorite Sports Teams: Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas Jayhawks
Most memorable game you have attended: 2008 Final Four, Royals World Series Games
Hobbies:  Playing with my kids, watching sports, surfing on my phone, and reading business magazines

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Jason Durbin

VP of Ticket Operations

Jason oversees day to day operations to support the growth of Tickets For Less. He focuses on strategic planning and goal setting, and directing the operations of the company in support of its goals. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and sports management from Benedictine College. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer and other outdoor activities and spending time with his new baby girl.

First Concert: OAR
Favorite Sports Team: Kansas Jayhawks Basketball
Most memorable game you have attended: 2014 AL Wild Card Game: Royals vs. A’s
Hobbies: Playing soccer and hanging out with friends and family. I also like watching all the movies I can

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Jay Harig

VP of Sales and Marketing

Jay is responsible for all sales and marketing including developing strategic partnerships with Teams and Venues. Jay previously spent 10 years working in the front office of MLB including the Arizona Diamondbacks and Kansas City Royals. In the most recent years Jay was responsible for selling and negotiating long term corporate partnerships and suite leases. Jay received a bachelor’s degree in sports management from University of Kansas. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and spending time with is newborn baby girl.

First Concert: Dave Matthews Band
Favorite Sports Team: Chicago Bears
Most memorable game you have attended: Chicago Cubs, Kerry Wood 20 strikeout game
Hobbies: Golf, Softball, running

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Vicki Stuckwisch


Vicki is the Chief Financial Officer for Tickets For Less. She has 35+ years’ experience in public accounting, engineering, advertising and marketing companies. She received her degrees from the University of Kansas in accounting and business administration, and is a Certified Public Accountant. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, paper crafting, and cheering on her Kansas Jayhawks.

First Concert: Elton John 
Favorite Sports Team: Kansas Jayhawks 
Most Memorable game you have attended:  Royals Game 1 of the World Series 1985 
Hobbies: Card making, quilting and gardening

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Adam Tyhurst


Adam is responsible for all accounting and financial reporting functions of the Company, human resources, payroll, technology as well as maintaining critical business relationships with banking partners, investors and other key service providers of the Company. Adam is a Certified Public Accountant, previously spending 8 years working as the Director of Finance for the Kansas City Royals and 4 years working in public accounting as a Senior Audit Associate with KPMG. Adam received a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In his free time he enjoys traveling, attending sporting events, and spending time with his wife and three boys.

First Concert: Green Day 
Favorite Sports Team: Kansas City Royals 
Most Memorable game you have attended:  Game 5 of the 2015 World Series 
Hobbies: Watching my kids play baseball, traveling, reading books

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Bill Fromm

Partner / Investor

Bill invested in Tickets For Less in 2015. He has a track record in scaling fast-growing companies and had an immediate impact. He graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.  Immediately upon graduating, Bill started an advertising agency known today as Barkley, a $300 million company with a client list that includes Russell Athletic and Dairy Queen. In 1990, he started Service Management Group with his son, Andy.  Today it is the largest company in the world measuring customer satisfaction for retailers and restaurant chains.  In March of 2011, he and his partner acquired an ice rink now known as Kansas City Ice Center (KCIC). They also formed KC Rink Management which operates ice rink facilities including a new one being built in Johnson County.  He has six children and nine grandchildren.

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