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Portland Timbers claim five executive awards
January 17th, 2014 9:04PM
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[MLS AWARDS] MLS handed out its annual awards to club executives and individual clubs for their contributions off the playing field. The Portland Timbers received five honors, including COO Mike Golub being recognized as the Doug Hamilton Executive of the Year.

2013 MLS Club and Executive Award Winners:
Doug Hamilton Executive of the Year - Mike Golub, Portland Timbers
Ticketing Executive of the Year - Chris Lawrence, Seattle Sounders FC
Ticket Sales Team of the Year - Sporting Kansas City
Ticketing Sales Innovation Award presented by the National Sales Center - FC Dallas
Marketing Executive of the Year - Mikkel Strøjer, Vancouver Whitecaps FC 
Corporate Partnerships Executive of the Year - Matt McInnis, FC Dallas
Corporate Partnerships Team of the Year - Real Salt Lake
Partnership Marketing Team of the Year - Toronto FC
Local Digital Editor of the Year - Yvan Delia-Lavictoire, Montreal Impact
Social Media Activation of the Year - #fishcam, Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Article of the Year - “Sudden death of daughter Elysa has Rojas family on a mission to help others,” Colorado Rapids
Video of the Year - Y. P. Lee's last match - , Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Public Relations Team of the Year - Sporting Kansas City
Club Broadcast Staff of the Year - Seattle Sounders FC  
Merchandiser of the Year - Jon Waldron, Colorado Rapids
Community Relations Department of the Year presented by MLS WORKS – Portland Timbers
Operations Staff of the Year - Portland Timbers
Match Presentation Staff of the Year - Seattle Sounders FC
Supporter Liaison of the Year - Chris Wilson, Portland Timbers
Best Game Day Experience for Visiting Supporters - New York Red Bulls
Security Staff of the Year - Portland Timbers
MLS Team Administrator of the Year presented by Sportscorp Travel – Jason Gove, New England Revolution
MLS Athletic Training Staff of the Year presented by Mueller Sports Medicine
- Real Salt Lake
Equipment Manager of the Year
- Nolan Myer, Seattle Sounders FC

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