Grafton, WI – The Lakeshore Chinooks are excited to announce the hiring of David Christensen to the team’s front office staff. He will assume the role of Ticket Operations & Sales Manager.
Christensen started out with the team back in the summer of 2019 as a summer ticket sales intern. For his performance and efforts in 2019, David was named one of the organization’s interns of the year. Following his time with the Chinooks and after college graduation, David went on to work for the Milwaukee Brewers during 2020.
In his new role with the team, David will oversee all aspects of the team’s ticket operations and ticket sales departments including managing the Kapco Park stadium box office during the season. Christensen will work with all fans, organizations, and businesses regarding group outing and season ticket opportunities, sales, and logistics.
Chinooks GM, Eric Snodgrass had the following to say about Christensen being added to the front office: “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome back David to the Chinooks organization. He did an amazing job for our team back in 2019 and we are lucky to have been able to bring him back as we gear up for the 2021 season. He truly has a passion for sales and our season ticket holders, groups, and fans will all be in great hands with David running our ticket sales department.”
He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in economics. After being born and raised in Germantown, Wisconsin, he currently resides in Jackson.
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