Herman Flores Net Worth
Herman Flores net worth: Herman Flores is an American business executive who has a net worth of $11 million. Herman is one of the industry's most notable trend starters developing numerous brands including some of the country's largest music festivals (Cypress Hill's Smoke and DUB Auto Tour) and influential lifestyle publications (Industry Insider, Dub Magazine, Modern Home+Living). His success has been featured in local and national news publications such as: L.A. Times, N.Y. Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
His career first started as one of the co-creators of Industry Insider Magazine. Here, he helped grow the magazine from a one- page leaflet to a nationally distributed publication reaching over 100, 000 readers and working with some of the country's largest advertisers. Industry Insider was a music forward magazine.
In conjunction with Industry Insider, he co-created the Cypress Hill Smoke Out Festival. At that time, the Cypress Hill's Smoke Out Festival was one of the largest annual music festivals in the country drawing 63,000 in attendance.
In 2000, Herman co-created DUB Publishing, Inc. DUB Magazine, which became the go to car and lifestyle magazine, setting the trends for the automotive scene worldwide. DUB Magazine started its Car Show and Concert Series in 2001 and it is now a nationwide 15-city tour averaging 15,000 in attendance at each stop.
In 2001, Herman created the MTV Cribs Car Edition and co-produced MTV Cribs for 8 years. Due to in-depth and intimate relationships with celebrities, he has also been hired as talent coordinator for MTV's major award show, The VMA's , The Video Music Awards and the MTV Movie Awards.
In 2010 Herman teamed with partners Michael Fiore & Steve Chavez to help form a new creative agency Anyone Collective, launched the birth of the MH+L (Modern Home+Living), WOD (World of Dance) brands and Studio-8 productions. He also was responsible for bringing MTV America's Best Dance crew champions the Jabbawockeez into Las Vegas for their very own head lining show at the Luxor casino.