Don’t let this happen to you this holiday season. https://youtu.be/elmSTr_LLk8 P.S. Shopping for a group? Giving gifts to your employees? A Revs game on the skybox level is one-size-fits-all and on everyone’s wish list. Just sayin’. Email Nate Tile at email@example.com to find out more.
It’s every little boy’s dream – take a sledge hammer and take a whack at a wall. Last week, I got to do it! After almost two years of planning, we started construction of the 1741 Club last week with our new presenting sponsor, UPMC … Continue reading A “Smashing” Day!
Here at the Revs, we try to be appropriately humble. Nobody likes a bragger. But I have also always loved the famous quote from baseball great Dizzy Dean: “It ain’t bragging if you can do it.” So in this case, allow me to brag a … Continue reading We’re Gonna’ Need a Bigger Trophy Case
This year marks my fifth season with the York Revolution. As Vice President of Business Development, I get to do all kinds of fun and interesting things and meet some really cool people in my job. Below are my five favorite things about working for … Continue reading Five Favorites From Five Years of Fun
YES! It’s here! The 2018 baseball season is underway at PeoplesBank Park! WHAT?!?!?! You haven’t been here yet? OK – I’ll give you a mulligan – but not for long. Yeah – we know it’s been a bit gloomy in York in April and May, … Continue reading Here Comes the Sun…and Yum!
Revs Times goes audible this week as Director of Groups and Hospitality Reed Gunderson talks to the hosts of Baseball Desk, a behind-the-scenes podcast focusing on the world of pro baseball. Tune in for in-depth insight from one of the Revs full-time staff members as … Continue reading Mic’d Up: Reed Rocks the Podcast
Work for That Work Event! (Don’t Even THINK About Taking the Convenient and Smart Option) We all have to do it – the ubiquitous off-site planning session, the tried-and-true business-networking event, the obligatory employee-recognition ceremony. Since they are supposed to be work, we at Revs … Continue reading Off-Site Planning the Hard Way