Delmarva Bolsters Front Office Staff

Delmarva Shorebirds LogoPRESS RELEASE – The Delmarva Shorebirds, Class A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, have completed a number of moves to its front office staff to help prepare for the 2016 season. The movement consists of the addition of a new broadcaster, two ticket sales account executives and the promotion of two existing employees to new roles.

The Shorebirds are returning 14 front office staff members from last season including general manager Chris Bitters, who will embark on his tenth season with the team in 2016.

“The addition of these new employees coupled with promotions to new roles will help us continue to grow Shorebirds baseball on the Eastern Shore,” Bitters said. “The staff we have assembled is excited to serve our loyal fans like never before in 2016.”

Brendan Gulick has been named the team’s new director of broadcasting. As the new voice of the Shorebirds, he will broadcast all 140 games on Fox Sports AM 960 and while also assisting in the team’s communications efforts. A native of Cleveland, Ohio and a graduate of John Carroll University, Gulick comes to Delmarva with a wealth of announcing experience. His past positions include freelance work with numerous colleges, and he is also currently serving as the play-by-play announcer for UMES basketball. Gulick also served as a broadcast and media relations assistant with the Dayton Dragons during the 2014 season.

Jaime Cutter and Jason Tremblay have been added to the staff as ticket sales account executives. In their roles, both are responsible for providing exemplary service to all current and potential group and ticket plan buyers.

Cutter, who will also serve as the primary contact for all birthday parties and the annual Field of Dreams days at the stadium, joins the team after serving as a P.J. Boatwright Intern with the United States Golf Association. A graduate of York College, Cutter has also interned for the Lancaster Barnstormers of the Atlantic League and Ripken Baseball.

Tremblay will oversee the team’s Scout Night presented by Dr. Susan Vickers at Seaside Smiles and baseball camps in addition to his ticketing duties. He is a 2013 graduate of Penn State, and he joins the ‘Birds after serving as a group sales coordinator for the Camden Riversharks during the 2015 season. Tremblay’s baseball experience also includes serving as a gameday intern for the Williamsport Crosscutters in the summer of 2013.

Andrew Bryda, who has served as the Shorebirds’ group sales manager since 2014, was promoted to director of business development. In this role, he is responsible for building relationships with the team’s corporate partners and will oversee all non-Shorebirds events at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Bryda has worked for Delmarva since 2013, when he came on board as a ticket sales account executive.

Eric Sichau has been named the team’s director of community relations and promotions after serving as a ticket sales account executive since 2014. In addition to overseeing the Shorebirds’ many community programs such as Hit the Books presented by Dr. James M. Crouse’s The Brace Place and the Silver Sluggers ticket packages presented by Coastal Home Care, he also will be in charge of the team’s on-field promotions and gameday production. Sichau, a native of the Eastern Shore and a graduate of Salisbury University, has worked with the Shorebirds since beginning as an intern with the team in the spring of 2012. He has also been seen around Perdue Stadium as the team’s on-field host for the past four summers.

Season ticket and group outing packages are currently on sale for the 2016 season. The Shorebirds offer full season tickets, half season tickets, a 22-game plan and a 12-game plan along with a number of opportunities for groups to enjoy a night out at the ballpark. To secure your seat(s), call 410-219-3112.

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