Revolution staff picks up three awards at MLS Club & Executive Awards
PHILADELPHIA – The New England Revolution received three awards at the MLS Club and Executive Awards announcement, held last Thursday night in conjunction with the 2014 MLS SuperDraft.
“I’m very pleased members of our staff were recognized for their hard work on behalf of the Revolution,” club president Brian Bilello said. “Our league has so many great, passionate people working across all of our teams, so to have people from your team recognized for their tremendous on-going effort is very meaningful.”
Soccer Operations Manager Jason Gove was named the MLS Team Administrator of the Year, which was determined through club voting throughout MLS. Gove, who is in his second full season as the team’s primary operations and administrative staffer, is responsible for all first-team movements and organization, including team travel, facilities scheduling, game operations and player relations.
Account Executive Dan Dropkin-Frank earned the Bronze Award for group ticket sales. The third-year account executive joined the Revolution from the National Sales Center, and has grown his group-sales business in each year he’s been with the Revs.
The Revolution’s Customer Service staff also was recognized with the President’s Award for season ticket renewals. The staff recognized consists of Vice President of Ticket Sales & Service James Mullins, Customer Service Manager Joseph Chamas, former Customer Service Supervisor Tavis Cabral (now the team’s Analyst-CRM Sales), Sr. Customer Service Representative Ron Bower and Customer Service Representatives Nicki Connor and Amanda Geary.