Green Bay Expands Front Office
Green Bay Baseball has announced the addition of two new members to the front office. Nick Sutor and Taylor Dagon will join the team as Season Ticket Sales Manager and Corporate Service Manager.
Sutor joined the Green Bay front office this fall as a Season Ticket Sales Manager after spending the summer of 2018 as a Stadium Operations intern for Green Bay.
Hailing from Galesburg in west-central Illinois, Nick grew up in a farming family with his two younger brothers. He attended The Western Illinois University where he received his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business and his master’s degree in Sports Management. On his free time, Nick enjoys flying the W when his Cubs are playing, supporting the Packer’s run to another Super Bowl, playing fantasy football, and of course keeping up with his Netflix, Hulu, and various other tv shows.
“Accepting this job with Green Bay is a dream come true. Over the summer I saw first-hand how Big Top Baseball and the Green Bay organization treated their fans and clients and it reassured to me that this was the place I wanted to be. I am anxious to speak and work with our fans on how I can make their experience at our new Capital Credit Union Park even better than they can imagine.”
Dagon enters her first season with Big Top Ashwaubenon LLC as the Corporate Service Manager. Dagon interned with the Green Bay Blizzard during their 2017 season and The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers this past 2018 season.
Originally from Apple Valley, Minnesota, Dagon attended the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a emphasis in Advertising and Public Relations. While at UWO, Dagon played all four years on the Women’s Basketball team making three D3 NCCA tournament appearances. Dagon enjoys going to concerts, watching reality tv, trying new restaurants and cheering on the Timberwolves and Vikings (SKOL!).
“I’m very excited to join the Big Top family and be apart of all the new and exciting things going on with the organization.” Dagon said.