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Founder and President of Boynton Billiards has designed game rooms all over the country. Debbie currently sits on the Billiard Advisory Board for Olhausen Billiards in TN. In the past, she has advised many billiard manufacturers about current styles and trends. Her dedication to quality furniture with decorator styling has made her a leading authority on game room design.
Michael Ruback is Director of Sales /Vice President of Boynton Billiards, with responsibilities of following up on leads from internet inquiries to architects, as well as designers, builders and multi-unit dwellings. Prior to joining Boynton Billiards, Michael was a manufacturer’s representative for the Billiard Industry and has been in the business for more than 25 years. Michael’s greatest strengths are his creativity, drive, and urgency to follow through to close sales. He thrives on challenges for each and every client to make sure he is delivering the best quality products as well as customer service. Michael is well-respected from Presidents and CEO’S in the Billiard Industry and beyond. Michael graduated from Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood, New Jersey and then went on to attend college at Jacksonville University. He lives in Orlando with his wife and daughter which enables him to be mobile with our clients throughout Central and Northern Florida.
Larry Wood is a managing Partner at Boynton Billiards. Larry a South Florida native who studied Business and Marketing at Santa Fe College in Gainesville Florida. Online marketing has been Larry's strong point for the last 15 years. He believes that the online market place gives Boynton Billiards a huge footprint in the billiard industry. Skills include: - Area expert on new & antique billiard cues and billiard related items - Provides game room design and space planning - Works with manufactures on new designs & styles for the billiard industry - Works with trade designers
I have lived in South Florida for the last 20 years, originally from the suburbs of Chicago. Pool has been a part of my life from young age when my Grandfather taught me to play straight pool. My career has spanned from being a district manager in retail to an executive in the insurance industry. My passions in life are my family, my dogs, and pool. I spend my free time with the family and hosting/ tournament directing pool events in Palm Beach County.
Tony Vierra grew up in Northern CA. He was first introduced to billiards at a very young age as his father started teaching him how to play. As he got older, his drive for the game only got stronger. As Tony got better he began to practice more and more. He would start spending a lot of time at the local pool hall to fine tune his skills. When he was 18 years old he started working in construction. One day the pool hall owner realized Tony was watching a pool table mechanic closely at work on the tables in the pool room. When the work was completed the pool hall owner called Tony to the desk for an offer. He offered Tony a job on bartering. If Tony would consider learning how to do the work on the tables and would work behind the counter from time to time, he would get free pool time and food anytime he was there. This was a “no brainer” to Tony. He kept his day job in construction flipping houses but became a pool table mechanic by night. When Tony was 22 years old he started moving east. Over the next several years, he would find his way to Boynton Beach, FL. Still working in construction and still playing pool, Tony crossed paths with Jeremy Brooks. Jeremy and Tony played in the same pool league. Jeremy mentioned he was a pool table mechanic and he was going to be recovering the pool tables in the pool room over a weekend. Tony offered to give Jeremy a hand as it had been a long time since he was able to work on tables. Jeremy accepted Tony’s help, then took him under his wing and fine-tuned his skills, as he noticed how much Tony enjoyed it. Over the next year, Tony would help Jeremy more and more. It lead to Tony joining Jeremy at Boynton Billiards full time and turning a hobby into a full time job.