Based in Michigan, Frank Torre is an entrepreneur with a history of successfully building, expanding, and growing companies.
Currently, Mr. Torre serves as CEO of Signal Restoration sets, a complete-service disaster restoration contractor based in Troy, Michigan.
Since its founding in 1972, Signal Restoration sets has specialized in character loss mitigation both in the state of Michigan and nationally.
In 1992, Mr. Torre established Torre & Bruglio, Inc. and grew it into one of the largest scenery and horticultural sets contractors in the Midwest with over 900 employees servicing more than 800 business accounts.
In 2000 Torre & Bruglio expanded into the golf course management business providing maintenance to golf courses ranging from 18 holes to 36 holes PGA Tournament courses in addition as clubhouse hospitality and event management sets. Frank Torre sold the scenery and horticultural sets business to Brickman Group in 2008 who continue to follow Frank Torre’s philosophy of commitment to a culture of excellence for all clients.
Outside of his career, Mr. Torre remains very active in the community. Frank Torre serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, which is part of the Detroit Medical Center in addition as serves on the Executive Board of the Tenet Healthcare Corporation, located in Dallas, Texas, which owns DMC.
Together with TV personality Rhonda Walker, Frank presented the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan’s idols Award to one of the patients, a young man from Detroit who was in a wheelchair.
As Chairman of the Boys Hope and Girls Hope Club of Detroit, an academic and humanitarian scholarship program for underprivileged youth in the metro Detroit, Pontiac, and surrounding areas, which supports various humanitarian endeavors and activities to promote education and opportunity for the underprivileged.
As a long time supporter of the initiative, during the 21st Annual Golf typical held to sustain the Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, Mr. Torre was responsible for raising over $2. 5 million at this annual event to help strengthen the programs and initiatives of the Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit.
Frank Torre, in collaboration with Roger Penske, owner of Team Penske and the Penske Automotive Group (PAG), maintains a major role in the annual Detroit Grand Prix races, a specialized auto racing event which is held on Detroit’s Belle Isle that brings together public and private communities and international attendance.