The SeaWolves today announce several front office staffing changes and additions.
Megan Allen has been promoted from Account Executive to Director of Ticket Sales and will oversee ticket and hospitality sales for the organization. Allen joined the SeaWolves in the fall of 2014 and is entering her third season with the team. Allen is a native of Rickreall, Oregon and a 2013 graduate of Oregon State University.
The SeaWolves also have added three new members to the front office team as Hunter Horenstein, Brendan O'Neill, and Dan Jones have all accepted roles in the organization.
Horenstein joins the SeaWolves as Community Engagement Manager, a new role in the organization. He is responsible for the team's community outreach programs and will lead the team's group sales and fundraising efforts in youth sports, non-profit organizations and performance groups. Horenstein is a native of Long Beach, California and a 2014 graduate of Dominican University of California. He enters his fifth season working in baseball. He was most recently with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans as a community relations assistant.
O'Neill is an Account Executive and will be responsible for selling and servicing SeaWolves Ticket Memberships. A native of Crystal Lake, Illinois and a 2013 graduate of Illinois State University, Brendan will be entering his fifth season in baseball. He has spent the past three seasons as the Senior Ticket Sales Executive with the Normal CornBelters.
Jones is also an Account Executive and will be responsible for selling and servicing SeaWolves Ticket Memberships. Jones is a native of Toms River, New Jersey and a recent graduate of York College of Pennsylvania. Jones comes to Erie from the Harrisburg Senators where he completed an internship in sales.
"Megan Allen has been a top performer since joining the SeaWolves in 2014, and we are thrilled to promote her to Director of Tickets Sales," SeaWolves President Greg Coleman said. "Hunter, Dan and Brendan all bring experience and enthusiasm to our ticket sales staff, and we're excited to welcome them to UPMC Park and the Erie community."
The SeaWolves open their 23rd season on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at UPMC Park when they host the Trenton Thunder (New York Yankees) at 6:35 p.m. For information about season tickets, mini plans, group outings and hospitality, contact the SeaWolves at (814) 456-1300 or visit seawolves.com.
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