Curve make changes to front office staff
The Curve announced five new additions to their front office staff on Tuesday, as well as other role changes ahead of the upcoming baseball season.
The new staff additions in the groundskeeping, creative services, business development, ticket sales and communications departments take effect heading into the 20th season of Curve baseball.
Chris Mason joins the Curve as head groundskeeper for his eighth season in baseball after spending the last three years in the same role with the West Virginia Power. David Gallagher is the new director of creative services after spending the 2017 season with the team as a production intern.
Jade Giantini joins the staff as manager of partnership services after spending the 2017 season as an front office intern. Briana Hornung comes on board as a ticket sales manager after spending the 2017 season as a marketing assistant with the West Virginia Power. Garett Mansfield joins the staff as communications and broadcasting assistant. He replaces Max Gun, who moved on to become the voice of the Lynchburg Hillcats.
Nate Bowen, who has been with the Curve since 2013, is now the club’s director of ticketing. Corey Homan, who enters his tenth season with the Curve’s front office, is now the director of corporate partnerships. Isaiah Arpino is now the director of entertainment and branding.