Joe Fellini

Director of Ticket Sales


Joe Fellini is the Director of Ticket Sales for the Worcester Sharks, overseeing the front office ticket staff while using his extensive experience in professional sports to help grow the department.


Fellini brings a championship mentality to the Sharks team. He was part of the Orlando Solar Bears that won the IHL’s last Turner Cup and served as General Manager of the Orlando Seals when they won the 2003 President’s Cup.


The Norwood, Massachusetts native and avid hockey fan joined the Sharks staff in May, 2008 after two years as the Regional Group Sales Representative for the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB). While in Tampa, he was the first representative to handle the Orlando territory, doubling its revenue from year one to year two. Fellini also spearheaded ticket sales for the Rays’ six games played at Disney World in Orlando over two seasons (three in 2007 and three in 2008), including four sellouts.


Along with his time with the Tampa Rays, Orlando Solar Bears, and Orlando Seals, Fellini has been employed by the Central Florida Sports Commission as the Marketing Manager, the Tupelo T-Rex (WPHL) as Director of Sales, and has also worked for the Memphis RiverKings (CHL) and the South Carolina Fire Ants (MLRH) in various capacities.


Fellini has always made his mark in the community with a great deal of charity work and plans on extending it into the Worcester community. He was on the Board of Director’s for the Desoto Sunrise Home (Mississippi), which provides services to children and adolescents who are "at risk" of developing delinquent behaviors with the ultimate goal of helping them become emotionally healthy, productive members of society. Fellini has also done work with the Ronald McDonald House and the American Heart Association.


Fellini currently resides in Norwood, Massachusetts, but plans to move to the Worcester area.

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