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INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ANNOUNCE PROMOTIONS WITHIN ORGANIZATION

Posted Jun 19, 2013

The Indianapolis Colts have promoted Kip Brownfield to senior director of ticket sales and Matt Conti to assistant director of communications. The team also hired Rob Louthain as a sponsorship sales account manager.

The Indianapolis Colts have promoted Kip Brownfield to senior director of ticket sales and Matt Conti to assistant director of communications. The team also hired Rob Louthain as a sponsorship sales account manager.

 

Brownfield enters his 16th season with the Colts having spent the last seven years as director of ticket sales. He also served as ticket sales account manager from 1998-2005 and events manager from 2000-04. Brownfield is originally from Franklin, Ind. and graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

 

Conti originally joined the Colts in 2011 as the football communications manager. Prior to arriving in Indianapolis, he spent time on the public relations staffs of the Cleveland Browns (2005-06), Atlanta Falcons (2007-09) and Atlanta Thrashers (2010). Conti is a 2005 graduate of Penn State University.

 

Louthain joins the Colts from Learfield Sports (2009-2013) where he was the general manager for the Indiana University Sports Properties. Prior to that, he worked with the Chicago White Sox as manager of ticket sales and premium seating (2004-09).

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