Kevin M. Morgan
President, Morgan CS
Kevin Morgan has served as President, Morgan CS since 2007. Morgan has had an extensive career in the Sports Marketing / Revenue Generation world having worked for some of the biggest and most successful brands in country, such as AEG. Morgan CS, founded by Morgan, was started in 2007 following Morgan’s departure from the Washington Capitals hockey team where Morgan served as Chief Marketing Officer for the Washington Capitals / Lincoln Holdings LLC. He was responsible for overseeing the majority of the business operations and was directly accountable for the financial viability of the Capitals. During Morgan’s tenure, the Capitals substantially grew overall revenues, and had re-developed their brand into one of the most cutting edge teams in the National Hockey League.
Prior to joining the Capitals, Morgan served as the General Sales Manager for One-On-One Sports in New York City, where he led the network to record growth. From 1994 to 1998, Morgan served as Director, Ticket Sales for the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, where he oversaw the development and growth of the Devils’ ticket sales department. Morgan started his career at Automatic Data Processing (ADP) which was the training ground for the positive work ethic that has led him to his current role.
A native of Eatontown, New Jersey, Morgan holds a degree in Business Communications from the William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He and his wife, have three children.
Nicole E. Warhold
Vice President, Operations and Management
Nicole Warhold has held numerous positions throughout her career, but most recently served as a key element to the growth and success of the Prudential Insurance Company, Newark NJ. Nicole joins Morgan CS with a wealth of business management and organizational experience. She will drive the company’s day-to-day business operations and will spearhead the companies strategic planning for growth.
Nicole is a graduate of Rutgers University and resides in the Morris County area in New Jersey.
Vice President, Revenue Development
Greg Parassio has spent the last decade creating income streams through the sale of corporate partnerships for real estate developers, professional sports teams, college sports teams and major league venues.
Greg’s last position was with Juno Management Partners where he was responsible for driving revenue for Caesars Entertainment, Bloomingdale’s, Fox Sports, and IMAX Theaters – all clients of Juno’s. Juno was founded in 2010 by Larry Siegel, former CEO of publicly traded MillsCorp and one of the foremost retail developers in the world. Some highlights of Greg’s time with Juno are the closing of digital out of home signage deals between Caesars Entertainment and Reach Media Group, providing Caesars the chance to monetize each of its approximately 100,000 television / digital screens portfolio-wide. Greg has generated $17MM in committed rent through Letters of Intent from various third-party restaurant uses interested in operating across the Caesars Entertainment portfolio and spearheaded an initiative through major – firms to reduce the cost of Caesars employee dining program by 10%-15%, saving Caesars $5-$10MM annually. Greg also assisted in the development of multiple Bass Pro Shops at Caesars properties with CEO of Bass Pro Shops, John Morris. During Greg’s tenure with Juno, he was also responsible for the sales and execution of The World Series of Poker, which has exclusive television broadcasting rights on ESPN. Prior to joining Juno, Parassio was tasked with driving sponsorship revenue for the New Meadowlands Stadium (Met Life Stadium), the new home of the New York Giants and New York Jets Football Clubs. Greg developed a number of relationships with drove millions of dollars of revenue for the teams and stadium. Prior to his NFL experience, Parassio was a member of the corporate partnership team at Meadowlands Xanadu and was responsible for securing sponsorship and lease revenue for the entertainment and retail destination. Before this experience Parassio spent two years with the New Jersey Devils hockey team where he was responsible for assisting in the opening of the Devils’ state-of-the-art arena, Prudential Center. He was also an integral part of the Devils corporate partnership department, which ranked first in the NHL in two key sponsorship revenue categories and among the top three in two additional revenue categories. During the 2006 baseball season, Parassio was the top corporate sponsorship sales account executive for Curve Baseball LP, parent company of the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates AA-affiliate) and State College Spikes (St. Louis Cardinals A-affiliate). From 2001-2005, Parassio worked in the marketing and media relations department at Loyola College’s Athletic Department in Baltimore, MD. In 2005, Parassio was instrumental in the organization, operation and promotion of the 2005 NCAA Men’s Division I Golf Championship, which Loyola hosted at
Caves Valley Golf Club.
Parrasio is a native of Pennsylvania and is a current resident in Jersey City NJ.