Travis Hollman has been a serial “funpreneur,” businessman, innovator and philanthropist for more than 20 years. Currently, Travis serves as President and CEO of Hollman Inc. – the world’s largest manufacturer of sports, fitness and office lockers. Hollman’s leading-edge locker and workspace solutions can be found in the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, and the recently updated Dallas Mavericks locker rooms, as well as The New York Times and the Park Avenue JPMorgan Chase & Co. offices. Long before taking over the family business in 2011, Travis’ products and projects have earned recognition on national television and in top-ranked publications such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, USA Today and Fortune magazine. His success and experience extends into traditional retails environments and channels with partnerships at Amazon, Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, 7-Eleven and more. Travis takes fun seriously – bringing big ideas and innovation to market. Travis’ start-up ventures include the award-winning Marshmallow Fun Company, the creators of marshmallow guns for all ages, and Vacation in a Bottle (VIB), the first relaxation drink in the United States that you could find in the hands of A-list celebrities as well as mom’s pantry. In addition, Travis has had a successful track record in Hollywood as co-executive producer of MTV’s popular show, Bully Beatdown, a Mark Burnett Production, and with the movie Rain, starring legendary actress Faye Dunaway. Following his entrepreneurial ventures, Travis took the helm of the family business. Founded in 1976 by Joe Hollman, Travis' father, Hollman Inc. has always been viewed as an industry pioneer – a tradition that Travis intends to continue. Hollman’s innovative solutions can be found with notable organizations in the athletic, fitness, and corporate workspace arena – the celebrated Chicago Cubs, trendsetting fitness clubs such as SoulCycle, and the corporate office of Goldman Sachs and Apple, just to name a few. They are also the preferred partner of top private clubs and resorts, including 27 of the 36 major U.S. PGA courses. In his time as president and CEO, Travis has grown the company, introduced several new product lines; earning the coveted Locker Firm of the Year in 2016 and 2017. He attributes his success to the team with which he has surrounded himself, as well as a continual drive to improve. While many of his early business ventures were successful, Travis has found that building foundations and focusing on continual success, rather than big flashes of it, is more fulfilling. Throughout the years, Travis has been heavily involved with local charities, sitting on the Board of Directors for The Family Place, an organization that works to support victims of domestic violence. He and his wife, Stephanie Hollman, have been actively involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters for almost ten years and were awarded the Big Brothers Big Sisters Persons of the Year 2017. Travis has always put purpose over profit, showing the world that you can have fun in business and be a source of greater good for the local community.