Jill Przelenski Named Banc of California Stadium Vice President, Special Event Sales

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– Jill Przelenski
Jill Prezelenski was named Vice President, Special Event Sales for Banc of California Stadium Entertainment.

Banc of California Stadium Entertainment named Jill Przelenski as Vice President, Special Event Sales on Monday.

Przelenski will handle booking, marketing, selling and operating all special events at Banc of California Stadium and its adjacent grounds in Los Angeles. Her job will also entail collaborating with the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau to attract events to Banc of California Stadium.
Przelenski will work alongside Annie Benson, director of special event sales, and she will report to Ryan Northcott, BOCS SVP of Booking, who said, “Hiring Jill gives us an incredible opportunity to expand upon the special events model we’ve already built at Banc of California Stadium.”
Most recently, Przelenski served as an executive at Star Waggons, which provides high-end location trailers, where she helped to expand the company’s client base between the film and television sphere. Before that, she worked for the Madison Square Garden Company as Director of Special Events and Family Attractions at the Forum. The bulk of her experience comes from 12 years as Live Nation Entertainment’s VP for Sales.
“I am thrilled to be part of the incredible new team at Banc of California Stadium Entertainment,” Przelenski said in a statement. “In this new role, I look forward to building first-class, one-of-a-kind events for our partners and clients and playing a part in establishing the legacy of the best new live entertainment venue in Los Angeles.”
From sports to live music, Banc of California Stadium has hosted several major events since opening in April 2018. And its staff has continued to grow: Brian Smith and Cori Gadbury joined the company as Event Director and VP of Marketing, respectively, last month. Northcott himself joined last June.
“The stadium and team decided in light of the amount of anticipated volume in the event space to create a new division called Banc of California Stadium Entertainment, which will oversee three main event segments: concerts and music festivals; sporting exhibition; and corporate and private events,” BOCS Entertainment President Adam Friedman told Pollstar last May.