Jeff Carter (Coaching Consultant)
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Jeff is responsible for developing Storm's coaching program initiatives. For those interested in hosting a Storm University clinic at their bowling center or pro shop should contact Jeff to learn more about Storm's programs.
My main focus starts with my kids. I have two children (Kaitlyn, 13 and Trey, 6) that are the center of my world. Kaitlyn is a very accomplished dancer already, with dreams of Performing Arts School as well as the big stage someday. Trey is your typical 6 year old boy…loves baseball, wrestling, and recently has found a love for bowling. Spending time with them is my ultimate release, and it’s what I enjoy most. Recently I’ve discovered a love for fitness. Although it started more out of necessity than desire, due to some serious health problems that I’d been dealing with for most of the last 20 years - I needed a lifestyle change. With the help of a good friend, I’ve been able to “re-shape” my body and mind for the better. This newfound love for fitness has helped me physically and mentally, and created new opportunities for my future.
I grew up in the lumber and building business, but always had a love for bowling. My Mother bowled professionally for few years, and my Father has always bowled as well. I always thought my future lied in Professional Bowling, but I chose to go the family business route and run our lumber yard instead. In the meantime, I got involved with drag racing and building competitive show cars as a hobby, but bowling was always still there. Finally, in 1999, I decided to join the PBA, and that was the springboard to where I am now.
I’ve always been a realist….I understand where my talent level is. I may never be a top 10 player, like a Norm Duke or a Pete Weber…but I guarantee you that I will work as hard as anybody to accomplish whatever I can. My goal was always to win a PBA National Championship, and I was very fortunate to achieve that goal in 2009. Now, no matter what happens, nobody can ever take that away. Whether I win 1 or 100 titles, my kids will always call me Daddy….and that’s what matters most.
Bob Hart (VP of Public Relations)
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- 800-369-4402, Ex 1552
VP of Public Relations
- 2013 Dick Weber Bowling Ambassador Award
- Storm Ambassador at: Military Bowling Championships, Senior High Rollers, ABT, Special Olympics, IGBO Tournaments, Wounded Warriors
- Assists the RSM in the South East Territory
- Member of Goebel Beer Team in Detroit for 10 Years
- Member of National Strohs Beer Team in Detroit for 5 Years
- 300 Game in Finals of National Masters 1967
- Members of 6 Halls of Fame (Columbus City, Ohio State, Michigan Majors, Detroit City, Michigan State, and ABC/USBC National)
- Three ABC Titles (Doubles, Team All Events, Individual All Events)
- Five Gold Medals at Tournament of Americas 1974
- First American To Be Awarded the Friendship Award 1974
- Competed in 57 ABC/USBC Tournaments
Matt Martin (Advertising Manager)
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Matt's responsibilities include overseeing our staff, social media, and public relations functions.
Matt is originally from Wells, Nevada but moved to Utah when he was six years old. He graduated from his high school with honors and a 3.97 cumulative GPA. Matt was quite the athlete, lettering in golf, basketball, and baseball. After high school, Matt attended Weber State University where he graduated with a degree in Communications.
Matt worked as a manager for Blockbuster Video and US Bank prior to becoming part of the Storm team.
Matt bowls two nights a week where he averages 205 and competes in two to three tournaments a year, including the USBC Open Championships.
Roger Noordhoek (Director of Business Development)
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- Company Strategy
- Product Forecasts & Pricing
- Sales & Marketing Budgets
- In-Industry & Non-Endemic Partnerships
- National Tournament Sponsorships
- Market Research
- Department Infrastructure
Roger Noordhoek was introduced to bowling when he was six, living in Berlin Germany. Growing up he was an avid soccer player, but he truly enjoyed his experiences bowling in leagues and tournaments and eventually focused solely on bowling.
As he got older Roger began to take a more active role in the bowling community with the local ABC and YABA organizations by joining the YABA Youth Leaders of Southern Nevada. At 16 he became the Youth Leader president assisting with the local Youth City & State Tournaments, as well as the TNT Tournament Club. His highlight was assisting the YABA when the 3rd annual Junior Gold Tournament was hosted in 2000 at the Showboat Lanes in Las Vegas, NV.
At just 17 Roger started working part time at the prestigious Showboat Pro Shop, until he was hired full-time by his mentor David Haynes and began his apprenticeship. Roger’s hard work and dedication to his job landed him the manager position at the Castaways Pro Shop (formerly Showboat) where he learned to run a team of employees, track inventory, merchandise, and advertise for the store.
Roger moved to Billings, MT in 2002 to work the USBC Open Championship Tournament inside the Storm Booth. He later accepted a position with Roto Grip to assist Hank Boomershine in growing that brand worldwide. In 2008 he was named Brand Manager and was responsible for marketing and promoting new technologies such as releases like the Cell™. He ascended to Director of Marketing for Storm Products where he oversaw all the functions of the Marketing Department for the Storm and Roto Grip Brands.
Roger resides in North Ogden, UT and when he isn’t working he enjoys camping, golfing, traveling, poker, sporting events, movies, and spending time with his friends and family.
Louie Wemett (Communications Manager/Multimedia Director)
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Louie is Storm's in house video producer/writer and works with the marketing department in all aspects of media services. He covers the PBA, national tournaments and International Bowl Expo's.
Louie graduated with Honors from St. Andrews College and worked in the television/video production industry, including weekend sports anchor duties at KDUB-TV (former ABC affiiliate). He has worked with Storm Products since 1996 before joining the company full time in 2000. Louie has a diverse background in the bowling industry which includes video and multimedia production, bowling center/pro shop management and entrepreneurship. The highlight of Louie's bowling career is working with PBA greats Dick and Pete Weber, Norm Duke and Randy Pedersen.