Jill Przelenski Named VP of Special Event Sales at Banc of California Stadium Entertainment

​Imad Bolotok​/Banc of California Stadium
Jill Przelenski

Banc of California Stadium Entertainment President and LAFC Sports Executive Vice President Adam Friedman announced on Monday (Jan. 7) the hiring of respected executive Jill Przelenski as vice president of special event sales. Przelenski joins BOCS Entertainment with more than two decades of sales and events leadership experience.

Przelenski will report to Ryan Northcott, senior vice president of booking, and will be responsible for the booking, marketing, selling and operation of all special events at Banc of California Stadium and the Stadium Grounds in Exposition Park. She will also work closely with the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau to present the stadium to local and national business and event planners in conjunction with Annie Benson, director of special event sales at the stadium.

Northcott said in a statement Przelenski has an "impressive history in leading sales and events strategy" while Przelenski added, “I look forward to building first-class, one-of-a-kind events" and "establishing the legacy of the best new live entertainment venue in Los Angeles.”

Przelenski most recently worked in sales and client development for Star Waggons and previously served as director of special events and family attractions for The Forum in Inglewood, California. For the 12 years prior, Przelenski was employed as the vice president of sales for Live Nation, overseeing TV productions, film premieres, award shows, lecture series, production launches, sponsorship activations and more. Przelenski got her start in live events working for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena for seven years as group services manager and holds a bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts from California Polytechnic University.


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