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July 19th, 2008
Texas State promotes Miller to assistant AD

From Texas State sports information

Texas State University athletics director Dr. Larry Teis announced Friday that Bryan Miller has been named an assistant athletic director for marketing and promotions.

:Bryan has been a valued member of our athletics staff, and has helped increase our sponsorship and ticket sales significantly the past three years,” Teis said. “Now that we have initiated ‘The Drive’ campaign for our overall athletics program, his role will be even more important to our success.”

Miller earned the promotion after serving as the Bobcats’ director of athletics marketing and promotions since 2005. He is responsible for expanding marketing initiatives within the university and San Marcos communities as well as throughout the I-35 corridor. He also oversees the corporate partnerships, event presentation and promotions departments.

He rejoined the Texas State Athletics staff after working with both Spurs Sports & Entertainment as well as Maloof Sports & Entertainment.

As a member of the Spurs’ front office staff, Miller was the Promotions Coordinator for the San Antonio Spurs, WNBA Silver Stars and the San Antonio Rampage of the American Hockey League. He coordinated sponsorship contracts for 27 corporate accounts which totaled $22 million in on-court promotions, arena signage and player/mascot appearances.

As the Manager of Strategic Alliances Partner Services for Maloof Sports & Entertainment, Miller worked with corporate partners of the Sacramento Kings, WNBA Sacramento Monarchs and ARCO Arena. Miller also oversaw 23 suite and luxury box accounts.

Miller previously worked two years at Texas State as an athletic marketing and promotions associate from 2000-02. He holds both a bachelor’s degree in marketing (1998) and a master’s degree in science in sports administration (1999) from Texas Tech University.

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