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Kevin Morgan

Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer

Kevin Morgan has worked in the sports and entertainment industry representing numerous organizations for twenty-five + years. During his tenure, his sales organizations have generated hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, while maintaining best sales practices throughout. He has developed business plans that have resulted in the successful sales of tickets, premium seating, suites, sponsorships, naming rights and strategic alliances. Morgan also has worked with some of the best companies / brands in the world, AEG, Triple Five, NHL, NBA, NFL, NASCAR, the Washington Capitals and the New Jersey Devils, collectively.

Before accepting his role at the National Lacrosse League as Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer, Morgan served as President, MCS and Principal of the CSL Marketing group in New York prior to its sales to Legends Sports Group. CSLMG was a sales representation firm that had numerous high level success stories ranging from the New York Yankees, Meadowlands Xanadu, AEG, Baltimore Orioles, as well as the New Meadowlands Football stadium, (New York Giants and New York Jets.) Before joining CSL, Morgan started his own consulting firm in Washington DC, MCS LLC which he had led since the sale of CSL.

Prior to starting MCS, Morgan served as Chief Marketing Officer for the Washington Capitals hockey team. He was responsible for overseeing the majority of the business operations and was directly accountable for the financial viability of the Capitals. During Morgan’s tenure, the Capitals substantially grew overall revenues, and had re-developed their brand into one of the most cutting edge teams in the National Hockey League, building a business operations foundation for the future successes of the club.
Prior to joining the Capitals, Morgan served as the General Sales Manager for One-On-One Sports in New York where he led the network to record growth. From 1994 to 1998, Morgan served as Director, Ticket Sales for the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, where he oversaw the development and growth of the Devils’ ticket sales department. Morgan started his career at Automatic Data Processing (ADP) which was the training ground for the positive work ethic that has led him to his current role.

A native of Eatontown, New Jersey, Morgan holds a degree in Business Communications from the William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. Most importantly, he and his wife, Nicole, have three children Juliana, Michael and Cole.

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