Hurricanes Holdings, LLC, owns the Carolina Hurricanes and operates PNC Arena. Majority owner Tom Dundon is joined by 19 minority investor groups in the ownership of the Hurricanes franchise.
Twelve of the 19 partners are:
The remaining seven investment partners have chosen to keep their partnerships private.
James "Jim" F. Goodmon serves as President and CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. (CBC). CBC is a diversified communications company which owns and/or operates WRAL-TV, WRAL Digital, WRAZ-TV, WRAZ Digital, WRAL-FM, WRAL-HD2, WCMC-FM, WCMC-HD1, WDNC-AM, WCMC-HD2, WCMC-HD3, WCLY-AM, WCMC-HD4, Microspace, CBC New Media Group and Wolfpack Sports Properties (a joint venture with Learfield) in Raleigh, NC; WILM-TV, WILT-LD and Sunrise Broadcasting in Wilmington, NC; Bull City Hospitality and Bull Durham Beer Co. in Durham, NC; and real estate interests including the American Tobacco Project and Diamond View office buildings in Durham, NC, and Rocky Mount Mills in Rocky Mount, NC. CBC owns and operates the Durham Bulls of the International League, the Triple-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, and Capitol property 99.9 The Fan (WCMC-FM), which is the flagship station of the Carolina Hurricanes' radio network.
Clancy & Theys Construction was founded in Raleigh in 1949 by brothers-in-law E.I. Clancy and John Theys. Today the company is owned by the late E.I. Clancy's family, and is managed by his sons. Tim Clancy is president, and his brother Tick is executive vice president. Clancy & Theys provides a diverse range of construction and construction management services for public, commercial, industrial, retail and residential clients. In addition to its Raleigh headquarters, Clancy & Theys operates offices in Wilmington, Charlotte, Newport News, VA, and Orlando, FL.
Following a Hall of Fame hockey career, Ron Francis joined the Hurricanes front office in 2006, where he served in a number of roles, including Executive Vice President and General Manager. The Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., native retired from his on-ice career on Sept. 14, 2005, following a career in which he established himself as the greatest player in franchise history. Francis scored 549 goals and earned 1,249 assists (1,798 points) over 23 NHL seasons with Hartford, Pittsburgh, Carolina and Toronto, and ranks fifth in NHL history in points, behind only Wayne Gretzky, Jaromir Jagr, Mark Messier and Gordie Howe. Francis won the Stanley Cup twice with Pittsburgh (1991, 1992) and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 12, 2007.
Abel and Barbara Zalcberg are retired from OFM, Inc., a family owned importer and distributor of office and school furniture they founded in 1995 and is located in Holly Springs, NC. As a past winner of the Triangle Business Journal's "Fast 50" award, OFM was recognized as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the Triangle. The Zalcberg's professional interests include commercial land development, Solar energy, private jet charter company, The Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex, and the NHL Carolina Hurricanes Hockey Club. Devoted philanthropists, Barbara and Abel's support includes Children's Flight of Hope, Kids 'N Community Foundation, the Frankie Lemmon School as well as other well deserving organizations around the country. Their two grown children, Blake Zalcberg and Cara Zalcberg Hylton reside with their respective families in the area.
Fred Whitney, originally from Cleveland, has called Raleigh home since 1974. He graduated from Case Western Reserve and received his Master of Public Administration from American University. Fred began his professional career as a city planner before becoming a stockbroker and investment advisor with Wheat Securities in 1981. He is retired after a 35-year career. Tim Whitney is a Raleigh native and graduated from UNC-Wilmington with a degree in international business, while also studying at Nagoya University in Japan. Tim is a board member of the WakeMed Foundation and is a past board member of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He runs The Whitney Group and is married with three sons and a daughter.
Eliza Kraft Olander is retired from the business world and focuses on community development and philanthropy. Brian McHenry is President of McHenry Software. Together they are involved in many national and local charitable organizations, including the Frankie Lemmon School, Triangle Wine Experience, YMCA, SPCA, Band Together and Children's Flight of Hope. They have two children, Michael Olander, Jr., who lives in Raleigh and owns O2 Fitness Clubs in the Triangle and eastern North Carolina, and Amanda McHenry Keesee, a U.S. Naval officer who recently moved back to North Carolina with her husband, Cody Keesee, who is also a Naval officer.
Chuck Hammel is President and owner of PITT OHIO, a successful regional transportation company. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, PITT OHIO operates in ten states, with 21 terminals and more 2,600 employees, and provides its customers with the most reliable service the less-than-truckload (LTL) industry has to offer. Hammel is also highly involved in his community, serving on the Board of Directors for the Pittsburgh Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Allegheny Conference on Community Development and Riverlife, as well as on the Board of Trustees for Senator John Heinz History Center. He is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Business Advisory Council, Mayor's Economic Development Panel, Allegheny County Transportation Vision Team and Duquesne Club. Chuck and his wife, Kristen, have four boys, and live in Sewickley, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh.
Mark Rein is the vice president and co-founder of Epic Games, a video game development company based in Cary, NC. Epic Games is well known for the creation of the Unreal Engine technology, which powered the Unreal series of first-person shooters, Infinity Blade series for mobile platforms, as well as the Gears of War series for Xbox 360. The company, which was established in 1991, moved its headquarters to the Triangle in 1999, and today has more than 300 employees worldwide. Originally from Toronto, Rein and his wife, Tara, live in Raleigh with their three children.
Michael and Melissa Colantuoni, along with their two children Anderson and Ashleigh, settled in Raleigh in 2009 after following Michael's executive finance occupation to Boston, San Jose, Colorado and Ohio. Michael completed his high-tech business career at AT&T, where he was in charge of finance, planning and strategy. For more than a decade, Melissa has been Director of Finance & Administration at Visual Action Software, a visualization-based data discovery company. Michael serves on the Board of the Frankie Lemmon Foundation and Melissa is actively involved with the Raleigh Giving Party, and both support many other local charities.
Greg and Sue Dobbyn are the owners of AMT Group, Inc., a management company that oversees general operation practices of four companies in the medical devices and laboratory equipment field. Greg is a board member of Sports for Special Kids, a charity which raises money to help handicapped children have a sports-related experience. He is also a board member of the Carolina Hurricanes Foundation. Greg is originally from Sydney, Australia, and Sue is from Bradenton, Florida. They have three children and reside in Creedmoor, NC.
Ed Rapp retired from Caterpillar Inc. in July 2016 after a 37-year career with the company. Ed is the founder of Stay Strong vs. ALS, a donor-advised fund that invests in institutions focused on finding a cure and improving assistive devices for ALS patients. Ed is also a member of the FM Global and AbbVie board of directors. Rapp received a degree in finance from the University of Missouri, and he and his wife, Ann, live in Cary. Jay is a Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch, member of the Anthony Harrison Wallace Rapp & Associates Team, and is President of the Stay Strong vs. ALS organization. Jay received his degree in finance from North Carolina State University, and lives in Cary with his wife, Katy, and sons Cole and Eli.
Henry Smith, a graduate of Campbell University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, retired in 2012 after a 50-year career. He co-founded Carolina Medical Products Co. in Farmville, NC. and remains active on the board of CMP Pharma as well as boards at Campbell and UNC, including the Educational Foundation. He and his wife, Tracey, reside in Chapel Hill and Farmville, NC, and have one daughter, Hannah.