MONCTON N.B. – The Moncton Wildcats are excited to announce that Max Gould will be joining the organization as Director of Season Seat Memberships and Ticket Sales.
Max has spent the past three years working with the Ottawa Senators in their ticket sales department, and will bring great experience and knowledge with him here to Moncton.
Born in Memramcook, Max went to school at École Mathieu-Martin and eventually went on to attend university in the province at the Université de Moncton. During his time at U de M he studied business administration and graduated with a specialized focus in business management. Following graduation, he moved to Ottawa to peruse his love of hockey as a career. When he first started with the Senators he was working in the new sales department, then later moved into the role of season member account representative for the team.
“I am looking forward to moving back home to join the Wildcats and continue my career in sports. I have always had a passion for hockey, and feel fortunate to be able to stay in the industry” said Max.”I have learned a lot with the Senators organization that I will be able to carry with me; I am excited for the new challenge and the chance to get to know all of the fans and season ticket members. There are a lot of exciting things coming up for the Wildcats in the future and I look forward to sharing those experiences with our fans and bringing the community together. Moncton has always had a special place in my heart, my friends and family are still there and I am really looking forward to moving home and getting started with the team!”
Director of Business Operations, Ryan Jenner had this to say about the addition to the team. “We are very excited to welcome Max to the team. He has great experience he will bring with him from Ottawa, he is hard working and has a real passion for the role. He will be the voice for our season ticket members and I know he is excited to meet them. Max will be a great representative for the team in the community and we look forward to him starting.”