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Titans promote Mike Keith, announce 3 additional front office hires

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With free agency fast approaching, the Tennessee Titans are shuffling their front office when it comes to the business side of things.

Gary Treangen joins the team as Vice President of Corporate Partnerships and Activation, and Shannon Myers enters the organization as Vice President of Finance. In April, Adam Nuse will join the company as Vice President of Business Operations.

Treangen reports to Titans Sr. Vice President, Chief Marketing & Revenue Officer Gil Beverly. He joins the Titans from the Phoenix Suns, where he held a similar role as VP of Marketing Partnerships, covering the NBA’s Suns, WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, and the IFL’s Arizona Rattlers.

Myers reports to Titans President and CEO Burke Nihill and will lead the team’s Finance and Accounting functions. She joins the Titans after spending over 10 years in public accounting with Ernst & Young (EY) in Nashville. As an Assurance Senior Manager with EY, Myers advised clients on technical accounting issues, financial reporting requirements, process improvement opportunities and strengthening internal controls. She has experience working with the Titans, having served as the EY executive for the team’s annual audit over the last three years.

Nuse will report to Nihill and will lead the team’s Stadium Operations and Fan Experience, Human Resources and IT functions. For the past five years, Nuse served as General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of the Nashville Sounds, overseeing all day-to-day operations related to the organization. Under his leadership, the Sounds broke attendance records and were regularly recognized by industry publications as leaders in operational excellence and fan experience. Most recently, in 2019 Baseball America awarded the Sounds with its prestigious Freitas Award in recognition of the club’s community involvement, long-term business success and consistent operational excellence.

In addition to these hires, fan-favorite Mike Keith has also been promoted to VP of broadcasting, per Paul Kuharsky. Surely no Titans fan will complain about that decision:

The biggest free agency period in Titans history kicks off in a couple of days.