PENSACOLA, Fla., - The Pensacola Blue Wahoos are stepping to the plate in customer service this season by adding a full-time Season Ticket Concierge Manager. Nancy Berry joins the Blue Wahoos with 16 years of experience in the sports industry.
"Season ticket holders are important investors in any sports operations," said Blue Wahoos co-owner Quint Studer. "We wanted to match their loyalty and commitment to the Blue Wahoos with world class service beyond the norm. We feel providing them with a concierge is one way to do so. Our goal was to attract a great concierge. Two Major League general managers recommended Nancy Berry and we are pleased she joined us."
This position's primary goal is to maintain relations with season ticket holders. Berry has worked with the Miami Marlins as Executive Assistant to the President of Baseball Operations and Tampa Bay Rays as Assistant to the Scouting Director.
From making sure season ticket holder seats are ready and their food is great, this position will include a variety of special services before and after the game, as well as before, during and after the baseball season.
The first game of the 2017 regular season at Blue Wahoos Stadium is on Thursday, April 6th against the Tennessee Smokies. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos are the Double-A Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds and a member of the Southern League. Follow the Pensacola Blue Wahoos at BlueWahoos.com, facebook.com/PensacolaBlueWahoos and twitter.com/BlueWahoosBBall.
About the Studer Family of Companies: The Studer Family of Companies is comprised of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the not-for-profit Studer Community Institute, Studer Properties, The Bodacious Family of Shops in both Pensacola and in Janesville, Wisc. and Bubba's Sweet Spot.
All profits from the Studer Family of Companies are re-invested into job creation and funding early childhood education initiatives conducted by the Studer Community Institute including its plan to make Pensacola America's First Early Learning City.
The vision of the Studer Family of Companies is to make the Pensacola metro area the greatest place to live in the world.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.