Director of Ticket Sales
Jason Jones
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Jason Jones begins his ninth season in the American Hockey League, his 3rd season in Worcester as the Director of Ticket Sales. Jones arrives to Worcester after spending six seasons with the Lowell Devils and the Lowell Lock Monsters where he served in various sales positions, the most recent as Director of Ticket Sales.
 
The 30-year-old graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan University began his career in the sports entertainment industry as an account executive with the Lowell Lock Monsters in 2004. He has served as a Board Member of the Northeastern MA branch of the March of Dimes and was affiliated with the Business Networking International, Lowell Young Professionals, and many other networking groups.
 
As the Director of Ticket Sales, Jones oversees and provides guidance to the Sharks ticket department, with a strong focus on group sales, and works closely with the Senior Director of Sales & Marketing Suzanne DeGeorge regarding all aspects of ticket sales. Under his direction, the Worcester Sharks ticket sales department had had the highest group sales increase in the AHL’s Eastern Conference in 2010-11 and 2011-12. Additionally, Jones was named the “Top 3” in the AHL’s Eastern Conference in overall group sales.
 
A graduate of Phillips Andover, Jason currently resides in North Andover with his wife Ashleigh. He enjoys playing basketball, watching movies and spending time with his lovely wife.
 
For ticket information call Jason at 508-929-0503 or email him at jjones@sharksahl.com
 
Get to Know Jason Jones in 15 Questions! 
Favorite old school NHL Jersey: Mario Lemieux
Favorite Movie: Heat
Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds
Favorite Band: Candlebox
Favorite Concert Attended: Jay Z and Friends
Favorite Pizza Toppings: Cheese
Favorite Breakfast Cereal: Frosted Flakes
Favorite Cartoon Character: He-Man
Favorite Childhood Memory: Calling a home run in little league
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving when it falls on his birthday
Favorite Vacation spot: Atlantis
One place you would like to visit: San Diego Zoo
Red Sox or Yankees: Red Sox
Chocolate or Vanilla: Chocolate
Any pets? : 13 pets – 2 dogs (Davey and Obie) and 11 koi/goldfish
One fact most people don’t know about you: I was sent letters to try out for the Mets and White Sox in high school
 


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