About In The Rooms

Ken Pomerance and Ron Tannebaum started In The Rooms with a simple goal in mind: to give recovering addicts a place to meet and socialize when they’re not in face-to-face meetings. This basic concept has grown into a global online community with over 500,000 members who share their strength and experience with one another daily. Through live meetings, discussion groups, and all the other tools In the Rooms has to offer, people from around the world connect with one another and help each other along their recovery journeys.

 

Ronald (RT) Tannebaum – Co Founder, CEO/President

RT has 35 years of long-term recovery and has dedicated his life to helping make the recovery movement a positive, mainstream force the world today. RT has been married to Phyllis for 31 years and she has over 34 years of long-term recovery. They have two children; Taylor, 27, and Jake, 26, whom have reaped the benefits of their parents long-term recovery and have never seen either of them pick up a drink or a drug in their entire lives.

In over 40 years as an entrepreneur, RT’s focus has been on sales, marketing, and promotions. RT created, owned, and operated The Sports Arena, Inc. a chain of retail stores in upscale regional malls, specializing in licensed sports products, sports memorabilia and collectibles including on-site personal appearances and autograph sessions by Hall of Fame sports hero’s from the past and current stars of today. The Sports Arena held partnerships with the Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins, and the Florida Panthers and promoted each teams annual Fan Fest. After the sale of the Sports Arena the business transcended into Extreme Promotions and Events, Inc. which eventually grew into South Florida’s premier indoor promoter of Arts and Crafts and Sports Memorabilia and Collectible Shows in South Florida until the launch of In The Rooms on October 6, 2008.

Kenny & RT
Ken Pomerance – Co Founder, COO/Vice President

Ken has over 36 years of long-term recovery and has been married for over 31 years to Jaime who also has 33 years of long-term recovery. They have two children: Matt, 30, and Lexi, 28, both of whom have never seen Ken or Jamie pick up a drink or a drug in their entire lives.

Kenny possesses over 40 years of entrepreneurial experience. He co-founded Gibraltar Central Security Corporation which specialized in residential security for luxury high rises in South Florida; the company sold in 1983. He then became Marketing Director of Harborview Hospital, where he managed all sales and marketing initiatives.

In 1984, Kenny co-founded the New Life Recovery Center in Miami, a premier addiction treatment center that helped numerous rock stars, writers, high-profile athletes, and politicians. New Life was sold in 1995.

Subsequently, he Co-founded IFN (Internet Financial Network, an early Internet startup that provided real-time financial information to consumers via subscription model). Upon merging with Entrypoint (formerly Pointcast) IFN became Infogate and built real-time desktop news delivery for USA Today, CNN, The LA Times, and other online news providers. AOL purchased Infogate in 2003.