JACKSONVILLE, FL--(Marketwired - August 31, 2016) - randrr, a career opportunities platform for the common good that will revolutionize the way people and companies interact, today announced it has signed a multiyear endorsement agreement with four-time PGA Tour winner and 2014 FedEx Cup runner-up Chris Kirk. This marks the first-ever golf player endorsement for randrr.
As part of the new relationship, Kirk will wear the randrr logo on the chest of his golf shirt at all golf-related appearances. He will also make appearances at events in key markets in support of randrr. Kirk will debut the randrr branding on his golf shirt this week at the Deutsche Bank Championship, which he won in 2014.
"We're thrilled to announce this relationship with Chris Kirk, who will represent the randrr brand on the PGA Tour," said Terry Terhark, founder and CEO of randrr. "Chris shares common values with our company -- family, hard work, and meaningful relationships."
"I'm very excited about the announcement and the opportunity to represent randrr on the PGA Tour," said Kirk. "Mr. Terhark has a history of building successful businesses through meaningful relationships and it means a lot to be a small part of continuing that success with randrr."
Entrepreneur and accomplished talent acquisition leader Terry Terhark launched randrr this past April. Terhark brings more than 30 years of experience in the talent acquisition industry and his proven record for building and growing successful recruiting technology businesses. He has an aggressive plan for randrr to hire more than 200 employees by 2018 and will invest more than $9 million in capital expenses over the first four years, which does not include salaries and benefits.
Kirk has been playing on the PGA Tour since 2011, where he has four wins, 21 top 10 finishes, and a career-best ranking of 16 in the Official World Golf Rankings. His four PGA Tour championships include the Viking Classic in 2011, the McGladrey Classic in 2013, the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2014, and the Crowne Plaza Invitational in 2015. He was a member of the U.S. Presidents Cup team in 2015 where he sank a 15-foot putt on the final hole that helped lead the Americans over the international team. In college, he was an All-American at the University of Georgia, where he was a member of the 2005 NCAA championship team and as a senior in 2007 he won the Ben Hogan Award as the top NCAA player in Division I.
randrr puts the power in the hands of people looking for career opportunities. With randrr, you can gain transparency into the companies you love, research and discover opportunities, engage employers, or get hired -- all while keeping your privacy intact. No more getting profiled by endless headhunters. No more resume black holes. No more wondering where you stand after you express interest in an opportunity. randrr helps people discover their career destiny.