Nov 15, 2016

Sports Force Parks welcomes new hires


As physical construction at Sports Force Parks at Cedar Point Sports Center moves toward completion, officials have begun to construct a team to manage the new facility. Those new hires include general manager Scott Henrichsen, events coordinator Molly White and regional manager Will Spence.

Henrichsen joins Sports Force Parks after spending the past season with the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, an AA affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, as the vice president of sales overseeing all corporate, season and group sales. He previously worked for the Atlanta Falcons, Asheville Altitude, Minnesota Wild, Idaho Steelheads, Idaho Sneakers and Idaho Stallions. A San Jose, Calif., native, Henrichsen graduated from BYU, where he met and married his wife, Tracie, with a Bachelor of Science in commercial physical education. Henrichsen is an avid sports fan, youth sports coach and father to daughter, Scotlyn, and sons, Brayden and Boston.

Events coordinator White is responsible for the parks’ programming, including management of events and tournaments. Before joining Sports Force Parks, White spent five years managing parks and recreation complexes in western Ohio. White is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a BS in exercise science and a Master of Education with a concentration in sport and recreation management. She has a passion for personal training and wellness programs, holding certifications and leading classes.

As regional manager for Sports Force Parks, Spence’s responsibilities include developing operational excellence, brand development and ensuring a world-class customer experience across the network of parks. He brings over 30 years of experience leading teams for organizations including OfficeMax, Staples and most recently, Dick’s Sporting Goods. He has served in leadership roles on local youth sports booster boards and as president of baseball and soccer leagues.

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