Christopher Ilitch

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Christopher Ilitch
Born June 1965 (age 51)
Detroit, Michigan, US
Citizenship United States
Occupation President and CEO
Years active 2010 - present
Employer Ilitch Holdings

Christopher Ilitch (born June 1965) is president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, Inc., a privately held entity with total revenues reported to be over $2 billion.[1] The company provides professional services to the businesses owned by Michael and/or Marian Ilitch, including Little Caesar Enterprises, Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers, Champion Foods, Olympia Entertainment, Olympia Development, Uptown Entertainment, and the Little Caesars Pizza Kit Fundraising Program.

Ilitch is also chairman of Ilitch Charities and is on the board of directors of the Detroit Economic Club. He is chairman of the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors and is a board member and a member of the executive committee for the Detroit Regional Chamber and Detroit Renaissance. He is also a member of the Detroit chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization. He is chairman of the hospitality committee for the 2009 NCAA Final Four Men’s Basketball Tournament. Previously, he was a member of the Super Bowl XL host committee.

He is one of the seven children of Mike and Marian Ilitch.


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