Youngest person ever to promote a professional boxing match (age 19); this record still stands today.
Co-owner and co-founder of Club E11EVEN, a world-renowned and most profitable per square foot nightclub in the world.
Managed numerous World Champions including two Heavyweight Champions: 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist “Merciless” Ray Mercer, who knocked out Tommy Morrison in the Fifth Round on October 18, 1991, in one of the most devastating knock-outs in boxing history to take the World Heavyweight Champion title and Shannon Briggs, who bested George Foreman on November 22, 1997, to take the World Heavyweight Champion title.
One of the youngest people to take a company public on the national NASDAQ market and while he was in his 20s; was then the first person to take a sports management company public on the national NASDAQ a few years later in his early 30’s. The combined raise for these companies was in excess of $100M
Made the largest single donation to the Easter Seals Camp ASCCA, Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults, for which the Alabama State Legislature honored him by proclaiming June 5 “Marc Roberts Day.”
Published author of the widely acclaimed “Roberts Rules: Success Secrets from America’s Most Trusted Sports Agent”
Co-owner and co-founder of E11EVEN Hotel and Residences and E11EVEN Beyond, which sold over $1B in units in 10 months.
Co-owner of over thirteen acres of strategically located property in downtown Miami and co-founder Miami Worldcenter, the largest mixed-use project in development the United States
Completed over $2B in condo conversion projects around the country in between 2003 and 2007.
Admitted into the New Jersey Jewish Hall of Fame.
Crohn’s and Colitis Man of the Year
Played Division I College Basketball for a top ten team alongside the country’s leading scorer.