Eric Stisser

Eric Stisser

VP, Corporate Partnerships
Member Since: 2015

Member Bio

Eric Stisser is the Vice President of Corporate Partnerships for the St. Louis Blues and Enterprise Center. Stisser has been with the organization for 15 years and is responsible for developing and managing the business relationships and generating revenues in corporate partnerships, signage, media, community relations, promotions and executive suite sales. Stisser also serves on the Leadership Team for the development of special events and the overall marketing and branding for the Blues and Enterprise Center. Stisser played a lead role in the sales process and negotiation of the new naming rights partnership with Enterprise Center in 2018. The highlight of Eric’s tenure with the Blues is the 2019 Stanley Cup Championship.

Prior to joining the Blues, Stisser worked for the St. Louis Rams for 8 seasons as the Director of Corporate Sales & Marketing. Stisser played a key role in the stadium naming rights partnership of the Edward Jones Dome in 2001 and attributes the 2000 Super Bowl Title as his best memory with the Rams. Before Stisser worked for the Rams, he was the Assistant Director of Business
Development for the Continental Basketball Association League Office in St. Louis. Stisser served as the Assistant Director of Admissions and Development at his alma mater, Lake Forest Academy, in suburban Chicago. Stisser was also an assistant coach in football, basketball and baseball. Stisser volunteers his time and leadership with various charity groups and organizations. Eric serves on the Boards at Central Institute for the Deaf, Mosaic Financial Services, Washington University Sports Management Program and DePauw Alumni Association.

Stisser received his undergraduate degree in communications from DePauw University in 1994. While at DePauw, Stisser played quarterback on the football team, was active in broadcast journalism, served as President of SAE Fraternity and he completed an internship at ESPN in Bristol, CT. Stisser later earned his MBA at Washington University in St. Louis in 2001. Eric lives in Webster Groves with his wife, Rebecca, and his two children, Emily (20) and Graham (17).