In her role, Amy leads revenue generation across sponsorship, ticketing, suites, and local media rights.
Entering her 20th season with the club, Amy Sprangers serves as the Seahawks Senior Vice President of Revenue. In her role, Amy leads revenue generation across sponsorship, ticketing, suites, and local media rights. She leads passionate, high performing, revenue-driven teams that cultivate authentic, innovative, impactful partnerships and measurably grow both the Seahawks' business and that of its partners.
Amy joined the Seahawks organization in 2001 as a Director of Corporate Partnerships, where she was part of the management team that opened CenturyLink Field. In 2004, she was promoted to Managing Director of Suite Sales & Service where she led an expansion of premium suite inventory, adding a total of 40 new suite locations. She was named Vice President of Corporate Partnerships & Suites in 2014, and led a team that set franchise records for full season suites sold, ranking 12th in the NFL in suite revenue despite being 25th in inventory. Her teams have driven impressive revenue growth, including 41% and 72% increases for corporate partnerships and suites, respectively. Additionally, her teams have cultivated activation strategies that have resulted in steady increases in brand engagements for the team's corporate partners each year. Notably, Amy also led the naming rights extension negotiation for CenturyLink Field, one of the top three busiest stadiums in the NFL with more than 300 event days and over 2.4 million visitors annually. The Seahawks brand continues to be one of the strongest in professional sports, both locally and nationally, holding a Top 5 NFL ranking in broadcast ratings, web visitors, and social engagement. In 2018, Amy was promoted to her current role as Senior Vice President of Revenue, adding season tickets to her management responsibilities and now overseeing a team that enters the 2020 season with 146 consecutive sellouts and a 97-percent season ticket renewal rate for the eighth-consecutive year.
Amy is actively involved in the sports business landscape and frequently speaks on the topic of women in leadership. In 2019, she was featured by the YWCA as a part of their "Washington Women Who Dare" series, where she highlighted the importance of championing leaders, representation at all levels, and her vision for women and girls in Washington. Amy also moderated soccer star Abby Wambach's 2019 book tour stop in Seattle, where they spoke about inspiring women to unleash their full potential. In May 2019, she was recognized by the American Lung Association and Seattle Mother's Council with an "Outstanding Mother Award," which honors working mothers who balance high-profile careers with work in the community. In September 2019, Amy was named to Sports Business Journal's Game Changers list, which recognizes women in senior leadership roles across sports for their success and accomplishments within the industry.
A Seattle native, Amy is a graduate of the University of Washington with a degree in speech communications. Amy and her husband, Todd, live in Seattle with their four children, sons Peyton and Jake, and twin girls, Sydney and Sloane.
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