Today, Venue Coalition has announced the promotion of Jordan Racine and welcomed Teresa Guy to the booking team.
Racine has been promoted to the position of Booking/Operation Manager for the venue consulting organization. In his new role, Racine will focus on business development and new booking opportunities, while continuing to service new and existing Venue Coalition arena clients.
“I am beyond happy to be growing as a part of the booking team here at Venue Coalition. Each day, I come to work motivated and excited about booking shows for our venue members, and I look forward to serving our clients more in this new role,” Racine said in a release.
A graduate of Lyndon State College in Vermont, Racine joined Venue Coalition in 2016 after handling a wide variety of day-to-day responsibilities as an intern for James Taylor.
“We are so proud to have Jordan on our team. In the time he’s been with us, he has grown tremendously and continues to take on larger projects and greater responsibilities,” said Andrew Prince, Executive Vice President/Managing Partner of Venue Coalition in the release.
Venue Coalition has also announce the hire of Teresa Guy as Booking Manager. Guy joins Venue Coalition with over a decade of live music experience across booking agencies, promoter companies, and radio stations. Guy acted most recently as a booking agent at major booking agencies including APA and The Agency Group.
“I’m excited to join the exemplary team at Venue Coalition. Having worked on the agency and promoter side, it’s great to expand my knowledge base as a venue advocate, working on large-scale events across North America,” Guy said in the release.
“We’re really pleased to have Teresa join our growing booking team. Her background and experience both with a major concert promoter and also as an agent will be a tremendous asset to our organization and we are confident that her contribution will help us to continue to grow and to offer exceptional service to our venue partners,” added Jeff Apregan, President and Founder of Venue Coalition in the release.