Dan Carrick, UConn ’18, is the manager of the Philadelphia 76ers Member Services team. He supervises the representatives who oversee and manage all season ticket holders for the organization, maintaining revenue while simultaneously creating lifetime memories for fans. Throughout his young career, Dan has accomplished much, most notably selling over $1 million during the 2021-22 season. His career in the sports business industry took off after completing a 76ers Ticket Sales internship with Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment (HBSE). Dan has worked for HBSE throughout his entire professional career, first as a sales associate for the New Jersey Devils, then as an account manager for the 76ers, and now his current role. His favorite part about working in sports is the impact he has on people, whether it is creating memories for fans, hiring future stars in the industry, or helping his team grow both personally and professionally.
Dan attended the University of Connecticut and studied Sport Management. While at UConn, he worked within the athletic department in marketing and event operations. Dan helped bring Phi Delta Theta to campus and is a Founder of the Connecticut Gamma Chapter. Within the chapter, he served on the executive board as the risk management chairman.
“Phi Delta Theta was a crucial part of my college experience. The Fraternity provided leadership and management skills and gave me lifelong friendships.”