Movers & Shakers
7 New Aspire F.A.M.I.L.Y. Members Welcomed
July 16, 2021
The Aspire Group has announced the hiring of several new employees for multiple partners Fan Relationship Management Centers (FRMC).
Tyler Augster is the San Jose State FRMC’s newest Sales, Service, and Development Consultant. He graduated from Southern Hampshire University and this is his first year in the sports industry.
Max Hammond was brought in to help ramp up the pace with Aspire’s partner, Maryland Athletics as a Sales Consultant. He earned a Bachelors’s degree in Sport Marketing and Management from Indiana University, with a minor in Business and Marketing. He spent two years working in the IU Athletics Ticket Office prior to his role.
Nicholas Hunt was recently hired as a Fan Relationship and Development Associate for Purdue Athletics. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration from the University of Nebraska as well as a Bachelor’s in Business Management and Communication studies from UNC Charlotte. Hunt has over seven years of experience in the sports industry.
Michael Joiner was brought in to help assist the San Francisco Giants remote sales partnership. He earned a Bachelors’s degree in Sports Administration from Ball State University and this is his first role in the sports industry.
Jesse Palomera is now a Sales and Service Consultant for the University of Texas at El Paso FRMC. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Athletics Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from California State University Los Angeles. He has been in the sports industry for over one year.
Anthony Reed is also welcomed to the team as a new Service Consultant for Aspire’s partner, Maryland. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He has over three years of experience in the sports industry.
Josh Watson is the newest member of the University of Denver FRMC as a Service Consultant. He earned a Bachelors’s degree in Sport and Entertainment Management from the University of South Carolina This is his first sports industry role.