Dec. 13, 2016
|Who:||Ted Leonsis, Monumental Sports & Entertainment founder and majority owner|
| ||New AFL Baltimore coach|
| ||Marques Colston, Philadelphia Soul ownership group|
| ||Frank Remesch, Royal Farms Arena general manager|
| ||Sean Huffman, MedStar Health vice president of sports medicine|
| ||Jeff Bowler, Monumental Sports & Entertainment vice president of business operations|
|WHAT:||Head Coach Introduction|
|WHEN:||Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. remarks, media Q&A to follow|
|WHERE:||Royal Farms Arena Lobby|
| ||Baltimore Arena|
| ||201 W Baltimore St.|
| ||Baltimore, MD 21201|
| ||*Media should enter through main arena doors on Hopkins Place|
|MEDIA RSVP:||credentials@Monumentalsports.com |
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Monumental Sports & Entertainment founder and majority owner Ted Leonsis introduces the new head coach of the Arena Football League’s Baltimore team on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at Royal Farms Arena at 10 a.m. This is the first opportunity for media to meet – and hear from – the head coach. In addition, Marques Colston, co-owner of the Philadelphia Soul will be on hand to talk about the new Baltimore team and Sean Huffman, vice president of MedStar Health Sports Medicine, will be on hand to talk about the Baltimore team partnership. Jeff Bowler, vice president of business operations for Monumental Sports & Entertainment will also be on hand.
The new head coach will lead the newest team in the AFL, which will play at Baltimore’s Royal Farms Arena starting in the spring of 2017. The inaugural season will be presented by MedStar Health.
Fans can secure their season tickets for the Baltimore arena football team with a $50 deposit per seat by calling 667-930-0200 or by visiting Ticketmaster.
MSE also owns the NBA’s Washington Wizards, NHL’s Washington Capitals, WNBA’s Washington Mystics and the AFL’s Washington Valor. It recently acquired an ownership stake in aXiomatic, which owns esports franchise Team Liquid.
Attending media should RSVP to credentials@Monumentalsports.com. Members of the media should enter through the main arena doors located on the Hopkins Place side of the building.