My childhood dog was in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
DOUG ERWIN // DECEMBER 4TH, 2018
Name: Doug Erwin
How long have you been in Greenville? My entire life except for a few years in Washington, D.C., after college.
Most interesting fact about you: My childhood dog was in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Your background: I was born and raised in Greenville on the east side of town.
I've always been a big sports guy and played tennis, baseball, soccer and golf growing up.
I attended Clemson and majored in Secondary Education.
I moved to D.C. and lived there for about a year and a half before moving back to Greenville to work in advertising at Erwin Penland, where I worked on a number of accounts including Verizon, Denny's and the Greenville Drive.
From there, I left to help launch Endeavor, a co-working space for creative professionals located downtown. It was amazing to see the transformation of Greenville after being away for only a few years and it's been so cool to work in the heart of downtown for the last few years. Currently reading or watching: Reading: Shoe Dog, Watching: Ozark
Hobby: I love playing tennis and disc golf, and my wife and I are always on the lookout for new restaurants to try.
Tagline / Motto: Drink more water. Who do you work for? Greenville Triumph Soccer Club
What is your day-to-day on the job? Building a new organization from scratch means no two days are the same.
I oversee all marketing and branding for the team and represent the ownership group in day-to-day operations as well.
Those dual roles lead to working on projects in all areas of the team, which range from supporting the soccer-side staff to speaking on behalf of the team in the community to even larger initiatives like our long-term stadium project.
How do you think Greenville would describe you in one word? Genuine
How would you describe Greenville in one word? Home
Besides residence, where is your favorite Greenville morning hangout? Southern Pressed Juicery.
Besides residence, where is your favorite Greenville evening hangout? Trying to pick one restaurant is impossible, so I'd say either Brewery 85 or Fire Forge.