President and CEO of Two Men and a Truck International in Lansing. With younger brother Jon Sorber, he started the business in the early 1980s to earn spending money. When the pair went to college, their mother took over the company and franchised it. Upon graduation, Sorber worked as an insurance agent in the Upper Peninsula and operated a Two Men and a Truck franchise. He sold the franchise and came back to Lansing to restructure the company, serving as a field consultant and leading franchise development. Under his leadership, the company continues to grow, experiencing record revenue in 2010 and 2011. Two Men and a Truck was named a Top 50 franchise by Franchise Business Review
and is ranked No. 48 among large franchise systems. This is the sixth year the company has made the Top 50. The firm has been listed by Entrepreneur
magazine more than 15 times as a Top 500 Franchise. Sorber is the past president of the Okemos Baseball Softball Club and a member of the Knights of Columbus. He is active in the Detroit chapter of the Young Presidents' Organization and a local group of Lansing CEOs. He is also a director of the Business Leaders for Michigan, a nonprofit, executive organization. Sorber earned the Certified Franchise Executive designation, recognized as a standard of excellence in the franchise industry. He was awarded the 2008 Alumni Award by the Okemos Education Foundation and received the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award from Northern Michigan University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in geography with an emphasis on urban planning and land use regulation.