Baseball’s HarbourCats make front office moves

Victoria HarbourCats promote Brad Norris-Jones as baseball teams move forward in 2015

The Victoria HarbourCats baseball team have announced they have promoted Marketing Director Brad Norris-Jones to the position of Assistant General Manager, the first front office move as the team focuses on the 2015 season.

“Brad’s dedication to the organization, his understanding of sports marketing and his knowledge of the market are an ideal fit for the HarbourCats,” said General Manager Jim Swanson.

Norris-Jones will primarily focus on working with Swanson on corporate partnerships, and on group ticket sales. Norris-Jones will continue to provide support to Swanson on planning and logistics, building long-term relationships.

 

 

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