Pittsfield Suns Make Off-Season Support Staff Moves
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Suns and the Goldklang Group have announced the promotion of Brian Flagg to assistant general manager and the hiring of Courtney Lewis to take over as the director of ticket sales and marketing.
Flagg has functioned as the director of food and beverage and the director of corporate sales for the past two years. Lewis has previously served as a full-time intern for the Suns.
"We are very excited for the promotion of Brian Flagg and the addition of Courtney Lewis. Brian has proven himself to be a dedicated leader in the Suns organization and is committed to the community," said Suns General Manager Kristen Huss. "Courtney has constantly shown hard work and dedication to the Suns. Both will help aide in the continuation of the growth and success of the Pittsfield Suns and will help enhance the fans experience."
Flagg began his career in baseball with the Pittsfield Suns as the food and beverage director during the summer of 2014. He was quickly promoted to director of corporate sales in the fall of 2015. He came to the Suns with more than 25 years of experience in the food and beverage industry. Originally from North Adams, he currently resides in Lanesborough.
Lewis is a 2017 graduate from Albany University, with a degree in communications and a minor in psychology and business, and will take over as the firector of ticket sales & marketing. Her customer service skills and graphics background will help grow the ticket sales department.
Season tickets are now on sale to the general public and can be purchased by contacting 413-445-7867.
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