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Timbers' execs clean up
November 20th, 2011 9:58PM

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[MLS AWARDS] Five executives at the expansion Portland Timbers, who sold out every game, were among those Major League Soccer recognized for outstanding contributions off the playing field.
 
The winners are highlighted by the Seattle Sounders winning their third consecutive Ticket Sales Team of the Year award, and Portland Timbers Chief Operating Officer Mike Golub receiving the Doug Hamilton Executive of the Year award.
 
2011 MLS Club and Executive Award Winners:
Doug Hamilton Executive of the Year: Mike Golub, Portland Timbers
Corporate Partnership Executive of the Year: Ryan Brach, Portland Timbers
Corporate Partnership Team of the Year: Seattle Sounders
Partnership Marketing Team of the Year: Seattle Sounders
Marketing Executive of the Year: Cory Dolich, Portland Timbers
Ticketing Executive of the Year: Joe Cote, Portland Timbers
Ticket Sales Team of the Year: Seattle Sounders
Local Digital Editor of the Year: Brian Costello, Portland Timbers
Public Relations Team of the Year: Sporting Kansas City   
Merchandiser of the Year: Philadelphia Union/Angelo’s Soccer Corner
Community Relations Department of the Year presented by MLS W.O.R.K.S.: Toronto FC
Operations Staff of the Year: Portland Timbers
Team Administrator of the Year presented by ATP Event Experts: Francisco Tobar, D.C. United
Athletic Training Staff of the Year presented by Mueller Sports Medicine: Houston Dynamo
Equipment Manager of the Year: Rusty Wummel, Columbus Crew



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  1. Amos Annan
    commented on: November 21, 2011 at 12:09 p.m.
    Portland deserved to be in playoffs


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