Chattanooga Red Wolves SC Hires Corporate Sales Executive to Front Office

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Chattanooga Red Wolves SC announced Mikaya Reynolds as corporate sales executive for the USL League One team. Reynolds is responsible for identifying sponsorship leads, developing customized programs and executing new strategic vision for corporate customer service for the franchise. 

“Her knowledge of sports coupled with her experience in corporate sales makes Mikaya a perfect fit for our organization,” said Sean McDaniel, president and general manager of Chattanooga Red Wolves SC.
“We know her presence will increase our ability to connect and establish relationships with businesses in our community, and we’re eager for her to get started.”

As corporate sales executive, Reynolds will serve as the primary contact for sponsorships and will assist the front office in reaching the club’s business goals.

Prior to her role with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, Reynolds worked for corporate Verizon Connect in Charlotte, N.C., as a senior business development representative selling initiative software to help small businesses. Within her year at Verizon Connect, she was a top producer within a team of ten business representatives responsible for prospecting, sales and implementation of new clients.

Reynolds attended Marshall University, where she lettered four years as a member of the Marshall Swim and Dive team. She graduated with a duel B.B.A. in Marketing and Management. She is a native of Chattanooga and a Baylor School alumna.

For more information on Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, visit www.chattredwolves.com or follow the team on social media: @ChattRedWolves on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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