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Red Sox VP: Fenway Park is Perfect For Your Next Family or Corporate Event

Fenway Enterprises Vice President of Sales and Service spoke at the joint MetroWest Tourism and Visitor’s Bureau and the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday.

Carrie Campbell, Vice President of Sales and Service at Fenway Enterprises, was the guest speaker at Thursday's Exec-Connect Luncheon, sponsored by the MetroWest Tourism and Visitor’s Bureau and the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.
Carrie Campbell, Vice President of Sales and Service at Fenway Enterprises, was the guest speaker at Thursday's Exec-Connect Luncheon, sponsored by the MetroWest Tourism and Visitor’s Bureau and the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.
Carrie Campbell, Vice President of Sales and Service at Fenway Enterprises, was the guest speaker at Thursday's Exec-Connect Luncheon, sponsored by the
MetroWest Tourism and Visitor’s Bureau and the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.

In addition to building a world championship team on the field, the Red Sox front office has developed Fenway Park into a first class event destination. 

Campbell talked about the secrets to brand development, social media marketing and customer service excellence at the luncheon held at the Verve Crowne Plaza in Natick.

Campbell also spoke about events and functions she schedules, plans & coordinates at Fenway Park, all of which occur when the baseball team is on the road, or during the off-season.

Events can range in size from a handful of people, to several thousand and can be family related (such as weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah’s, etc.) or corporate meetings and/or even trade show related.  Events can serve a variety of food, ranging from simple hot dogs & popcorn, to finely prepared meals by the catering staff.

After speaking, Campbell took questions from the audience and the first handful with questions received a Red Sox hat.

Special thanks to Charlie Pasewark of Photography in Motion in Framingham for the slideshow of photos from the luncheon for Patch

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