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Drive announce front office additions11/12/2012 12:24 PM ET
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- The Greenville Drive announced today the appointment of four key individuals who will be instrumental in developing the team's ongoing efforts to enhance and optimize the ballpark experience of its customers at Fluor Field at the West End.
Kyle Krebs has been hired as the vice president of ticket sales. Eric Anastasi joins the organization as facilities manager. Cameron White has been named media relations manager, while Levi Palmer has been hired as manager of ticket operations.
"We are proud to announce that we have added four great individuals to our organization, all of whom are college graduates with proven records," said Drive co-owner and president, Craig Brown. "The experience our fans have when they come to the ballpark is key to them returning often, and these four people, individually and collectively, will allow the Drive to build on the warm and friendly environment we provide to our fans."
As vice president of ticket sales with the Drive, Kyle will be responsible for the management of all aspects of the organization's ticketing operations, including season ticket and group sales and developing close relationships with all members of the Drive ticket holder community.
"Kyle is a talented, dynamic professional who will lead by example and challenge and drive our team to continue to innovate and enhance the Drive's unique customer experience," said Brown. "Kyle brings impressive credentials, and as a result of his commitment to excellence and top-flight customer service, we are very pleased that he is joining our organization."
"We are very excited to bring Eric into the organization to assist with our facilities", said Drive general manager, Mike deMaine. "We believe Fluor Field is a first-rate facility, and we know Eric will maintain and improve our facility so our fans enjoy a quality experience each and every night at the ballpark."
"Cameron has done a terrific job as a media relations intern for us the past two seasons, and we are pleased that he is joining us in a full-time capacity," said deMaine. "We know he will continue to produce high-quality content on our website, our social media pages and in our award-winning Drive Magazine."
Levi graduated from the State University of New York at Cortland with a degree in sports management and a minor in communications in 2009. As manager of ticket operations for the Drive, he will be responsible for assisting in all ticketing and database operations, including season ticket and group sales, and ticket plan holder communications and loyalty initiatives.
"Levi's track record and experience speaks for itself, and we're happy to have him on board," said Brown. "The Philadelphia Eagles are known for consistently exceeding customer expectations and Levi will bring that expertise to Greenville. He will play an important role in our continuing efforts to bring fans to Fluor Field on a nightly basis."