Dan Rouen began his Tickets for Less business more than a decade ago to supplement his day job. The Overland Park business has since grown into an online ticket brokering company that has more than 45 fulltime employees and projected 2017 revenue of about $50 million. One factor in his success? “I am just a huge sports fan,” Rouen says.
Dan Rouen began his Tickets for Less business more than a decade ago to supplement his day job. The Overland Park business has since grown into an online ticket brokering company that has more than 45 fulltime employees and projected 2017 revenue of about $50 million. One factor in his success? “I am just a huge sports fan,” Rouen says. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star
Dan Rouen began his Tickets for Less business more than a decade ago to supplement his day job. The Overland Park business has since grown into an online ticket brokering company that has more than 45 fulltime employees and projected 2017 revenue of about $50 million. One factor in his success? “I am just a huge sports fan,” Rouen says. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star

Yes that’s the ticket! A ticket broker thrives amid sports mania

March 21, 2017 12:00 PM