The Harrisburg Senators added three full-time employees to the front office, while the New Hampshire Fisher Cats are bringing in Loren Foxx as vice president of marketing.The Harrisburg Senators added three full-time employees to the front office, while the New Hampshire Fisher Cats are bringing in Loren Foxx as vice president of marketing.
Sarah Keel, Jessica Kauffman, and Aaron Margolis have all started working for the Senators in their specific roles. Keel and Kauffman will both be Ticket Sales Executives, focusing on selling group and season tickets while Margolis is the Director of Game Entertainment. The Senators have also added four interns, Ryan Corrigan, Josh Hermann, Justin Poidomani, and Paola San Martin. The Senators front office staff now stands at 22.
Keel comes to Harrisburg from Kansas City where she worked for the independent league team the Kansas City T-Bones. She started with the T-Bones as a ticket/promotion intern in 2005 and was hired by the T-Bones in May 2006 as the Director of Merchandise/Community Relations Assistant. She also worked for the team as the Director of Ticket Services in 2007. She has a BA and MBA in Business Administration from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. Sarah resides in Harrisburg and when not at the ballpark, she spends her time working out, watching sports and watching movies.
Kauffman recently graduated from Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV with a degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies with a concentration in Sport and Event Management. She grew up in Waynesboro, PA and faithfully attended Hagerstown Suns games. She interned with the Suns during the 2006 and 2007 seasons. Jessica spent the 2008 season interning with the Senators. When she finds time away from the ballpark, she enjoys watching movies and attending various sporting events.
Margolis joins the Senators after spending three seasons as the Marketing & Video Manager for the Reading Royals of the ECHL. Margolis will oversee all of the daily game production for the Senators including working closely on all video board elements along with overseeing the entire production. He has extensive experience in game day production including directing in game entertainment, music, promotions and theme nights. He also worked with the Lancaster Barnstormers for a season as the Production Coordinator. Aaron grew up in Camp Hill, PA and attended Senators games.
In Manchester, former Inland Empire 66ers GM Loren Foxx has been hired as the team’s Vice President of Marketing. Foxx brings seven years of Minor League Baseball front office experience to the Fisher Cats.
"This is an excellent opportunity to bring someone with many years of Minor League Baseball front office experience into our very talented management team," said Fisher Cats Owner Art Solomon. "We welcome Loren to the Fisher Cats’ family and look forward to drawing upon his ideas to better serve our fans."
"Loren has done just about everything imaginable in this industry, and his addition makes us stronger as a staff in gearing up for the 2009 season," said Fisher Cats President Rick Brenner.
"I am excited to be a part of an organization that is as decorated as the Fisher Cats and want to thank Art Solomon and Rick Brenner for giving me this opportunity," said Foxx.
Foxx spent two seasons as the 66ers’ General Manager. He previously served as the Director of Media Relations/Radio Broadcaster for the Kansas City T-Bones (Independent) from 2003 to 2006 and worked as the Manager of Media Relations/Radio Broadcaster for the Hagerstown Suns (Class-A South Atlantic League/San Francisco Giants) in 2003. Loren broke into baseball as an intern for the Mission Viejo Vigilantes (Independent) in 1998.