LOIS OFFERMAN -- SENIOR DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS/SALES AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Lois was born and raised in Michigan where she received my Bachelors degree in Hotel Restaurant Management with high honors. She has over 10 years with operations and sales experience.
In May of 2018 Lois and her husband moved their family to the Panhandle to raise their two children with the American values they hold so dear. They enjoy the small town charm with the welcoming community aspects.
MARK SHELLEY -- DIRECTOR OF BROADCASTING/MEDIA RELATIONS
Mark Shelley begins his first season broadcasting Bulls Hockey. He spent the last two seasons as the play-by-play voice of Cornell’s Women’s Hockey team and broadcasting high school hockey in Ithaca, New York, following his time as the lead broadcaster for Mansfield University, his alma mater.
Shelley was a member of the on-air team that won the “Most Outstanding Radio Show” award from the New York State Broadcasters Association 2019, and his call of Mansfield University Basketball was selected as the Highlight of the Year in 2018.
LEXIE DEMERSON -- OFFICE MANAGER/TICKETING REPRESENTATIVE
Lexie was born and raised here in Amarillo where she graduated from Palo Duro High School. She began her career in hospitality at restaurants, and a hotel before landing here as the team's Office Manager.
In June of 2018, Lexie welcomed her first daughter, Amara, and then was blessed again with her second, Kennedy, in July of 2019. They live happily in the Amarillo area along with their two cats, and two dogs.
AUSTIN SUTTER -- DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Austin Sutter celebrates his 9th season with the Bulls. He joined the Bulls organization after a successful professional hockey career as a player and a coach of the Amarillo Gorillas of the Central Hockey League. A native of Red Deer, Alberta, Sutter played Division I College Hockey at Minnesota State University where he studied psychology and sports management. In 2009, Sutter was named the Central Hockey League's Man Of The Year for his noteworthy community presence in the Texas Panhandle. Austin currently serves as the Program Director for the Amarillo Youth Hockey Association. He and his wife Brandi reside in Amarillo with their sons Britton, Brekon and Barron.