Andrew Silverman joined Center Operating Company team as Chief Revenue Officer in 2013. In his role, Andrew oversees all Premium Seating and Corporate Partnerships at American Airlines Center – home of the Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavs and world class concerts and events.
Silverman brings several substantial accomplishments to American Airlines Center from working with a wide array of teams that includes the Texas Rangers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Miami Marlins, and Disney Sports.
Within Silverman’s seven years tenure with the Texas Rangers, he was named Executive Vice President of Sales of the in 2008 and was responsible for all aspects of sales, including corporate sponsorship, season, group, suite, and individual game tickets. The Rangers saw their highest increase in ticket sales throughout Major League Baseball during Silverman’s final year with the club.
In March 2010, Silverman was named Senior Vice President of Sales and Service with the Miami Marlins. He contributed to the opening of Marlins Park by implementing new sales programs, drawing from his experience in opening Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH in 2000 and the $100 million renovation of Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA from 1996-98.
Silverman also served as Vice President of Ticket Sales with the National Hockey League’s Columbus Blue Jackets for three seasons. During his tenure, the Blue Jackets sold out every home game and were playing to 97% capacity including 56 consecutive sellouts at Nationwide Arena.
He also brings experience with Disney Sports (the business unit behind the Anaheim Ducks and Angels), as well as the Los Angeles Kings.
Silverman has a marketing degree from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.