January 29 – Chuck Greenberg, Frisco RoughRiders and Doug Peters, Abilene Chamber of Commerce

Our Guests for the January 29th/30th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show:

Chuck Greenberg, CEO, Frisco RoughRiders

Doug Peters, CEO, Abilene Chamber of Commerce

Join us Friday afternoon at 3:00 and Saturday afternoon at 2:00 on 770 KAAM (KAAMRadio.com)

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Chuck Greenberg, CEO, Frisco RoughRiders

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For more than two decades, Frisco RoughRiders CEO and General Partner Chuck Greenberg has built his reputation as an innovative franchise owner and operator, corporate and sports attorney, dealmaker, advisor, and expert on the business and economics of major professional sports.

Chuck’s involvement with the RoughRiders began on August 20, 2014 when the ownership group he and Scott Sonju put together finalized the purchase of the franchise from Mandalay Baseball Properties. In addition to his role with the RoughRiders, he currently holds the same title with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Class-A Carolina League and State College (Pa.) Spikes, the Class-A Short Season affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.

In November 2009, Chuck announced the formation of Greenberg Sports Group (GSG), which provides management, consulting and marketing services to the sports industry across the country.


Phone: (972) 731-9200

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Doug Peters, CEO, Abilene Chamber of Commerce

Doug Peters

Doug Peters became president and chief executive officer of the Abilene, Texas Chamber of Commerce in October 2015 where he oversees the Chamber and the Abilene Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Abilene Cultural Affairs Commission and the Abilene Industrial Foundation. Prior to his time in West Texas, Doug led the Fayetteville, North Carolina Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Alliance in Southeastern North Carolina.

Before moving to North Carolina in 2008, Doug led the Chamber and economic development initiative in Findlay, Ohio with comprehensive downtown revitalization strategic planning initiative that created more than $250 million in new, private investment in the community’s central business district. In 2007, Doug was named the Ohio Chamber Executive of the Year due in part to his leadership through a major flood event.

Doug began his career with the Dayton, Ohio Chamber of Commerce in 1986 as part of that Chamber’s small business development center. In 1992, Doug took on the leadership role for small business development and programming for the Richmond, Indiana Chamber, where he was ultimately named president & CEO – a role he held for nearly seven years.


Phone: (800) 299-0005

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