Frank Miceli - Senior Vice President of Sales and Franchise Business Operations

Joined the Spurs in September of 2008 … previously served as chief operating officer of the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), a position he held since 1996 … added the role of Vice President of minor league operations for all of Comcast-Spectacor in November 2000 … was responsible for overseeing the Phantoms and the organization’s three minor-league baseball teams – the Bowie Baysox, Delmarva Shorebirds and Frederick Keys … was awarded the James C. Hendy Award, which is presented to the American Hockey League’s outstanding executive, following the 1997–98 season and the Thomas Ebright Award, which is presented annually for outstanding career contributions to the American Hockey League, following the 2006 – 2007 season… duties with the Phantoms included overseeing all operations, including fiscal management, sales, marketing, advertising, sponsorship sales and public relations … prior to joining the Phantoms, he was the director of sales and marketing for the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), managing over 15,000 season ticket accounts … was responsible for moving the entire season ticket base of the Flyers into their new home at the Wachovia Center … joined Comcast-Spectacor in 1990 as vice president of marketing and advertising at Spectathlete … prior to joining Comcast-Spectacor, served as the advertising director for the Clover division of Strawbridge & Clothier in Philadelphia, advertising manager for John Wannamaker in Philadelphia, and advertising director for Gimbels in both New York and Philadelphia … a native of South Philadelphia … graduated from the University of Scranton with a bachelor of science degree … is a board member of San Antonio Sports, the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Commission and the Baylor University Sports Administration … Frank and his wife, Michele, have two daughters, Amanda and Maria.