In 1999, the San Francisco Giants created Giants Enterprises, a new business venture established to develop non-baseball uses for AT&T Park. Recognizing that the Giants occupy the ballpark only about 85 days a year, Giants Enterprises is dedicated to exploring revenue-generating activities that are complementary to playing Major League Baseball and are appropriate for the venue.
The company is intent on becoming a key member of the hospitality and entertainment industry in Northern California, providing a variety of services, including event management, catering, meeting planning, marketing and public relations services, graphic design, sponsorship and special-event planning. AT&T Park offers corporations, convention organizers, meeting planners and event producers an ideal venue for special events, receptions, meetings, trade shows, new product launches, music events and family entertainment activities at the park on non-game days.
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: (415) 972-1800
Fax: (415) 947-2925
For driving maps and expanded directions, please click here.
From the Peninsula/South Bay: Take I-280 North (or US-101 North to I-280 North) to Cesar Chavez (Army) Street exit. Right on Cesar Chavez Street. Left on Third Street. Right on 20th Street. Left on Illinois Street. Veer right onto Terry Francois Blvd. Left on Mission Rock Street. Right into Lot A.
From the East Bay: Take I-80/Bay Bridge to the Fifth Street exit. Right on Fifth Street. Right on Folsom Street, then right on Fourth Street. Left on Berry Street. Right on Third Street. Cross Third Street Bridge. Left into Lot A.
From the North Bay: Take US-101 South/Golden Gate Bridge to Marina Blvd. Exit straight onto Marina Blvd. Right on Laguna Street. Left on Bay Street. Right on The Embarcadero. Left on Third Street. Cross Third Street Bridge. Left into Lot A.
From San Francisco: From within San Francisco, access Giants Parking Lots from South using Third Street, Illinois Street and I-280.
Vice President & General Manager
Stephen Revetria oversees the development of opportunities for the organization beyond the operation of the Major League Baseball franchise. In addition to the day-to-day operations of Giants Enterprises, Mr. Revetria is responsible for creating partnerships and ventures which utilize the assets and resources of the Giants organization on non-game days. More Information
Sara Hunt is responsible for the business development and operational management of all non-baseball events at AT&T Park. Sara also oversees the Giants' Spring Training operation in Arizona and she is currently the project lead on the 34th America's Cup.
Director of Sales & Marketing
Joey Nevin is responsible for the sales and business development of all private events hosted at AT&T Park, Parking Lot A & PIER 48. Prior to joining Giants Enterprises, he worked for the Golden State Warriors in the Luxury Suites Sales and Service Department as well as for the San Diego Padres. He is a graduate of the University of San Diego with degrees in both business administration and communication studies and also received his Master's degree in sport management from the University of San Francisco.
Director, Ballpark Tours and Guest Services
Alexis Lustbader is responsible for directing tour operations and Guest Services at AT&T Park. Her responsibilities include supervising the daily tour operations and scheduling of the tour guides. Alexis sells and schedules private and public tours within the ballpark and is currently conducting market research to identify new clients in the tour industry. Alexis graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in hospitality management.
Senior Manager, Event Services
Brad Hansen is responsible for planning, organizing and executing non-baseball events at AT&T Park. In addition, Brad also manages the internship program within Giants Enterprises. He brings an abundance of event coordinating experience from his previous professional positions with the Auburn University Athletic Department, the MasterCard Alamo Bowl and Marketing Event Partners/Arby's Foundation. While at Auburn, Brad created marketing plans for a variety of varsity teams, including football and men's basketball. He worked on a wide variety of fundraising events during his time with the MasterCard Alamo Bowl, which culminated with the game between Ohio State University and Oklahoma State University. While at Marketing Event Partners/Arby's Foundation, he planned and managed charity golf tournaments and special events for a nationwide charity golf tour.
Sales and Marketing Coordinator
Rory Davis is responsible for coordinating sales and marketing initiatives for all public and private events at AT&T Park. In addition, Rory manages all collateral development, the AT&T Park website, concierge relationships, and tour operations. Rory graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in business economics and a minor in sports management.
Ryan Carroll is responsible for coordinating sales for all public and private events at AT&T Park. Prior to joining the events team, Ryan helped manage the 34th America's Cup with Giants Enterprises. He is a graduate of Boston University with degrees in both political science and classical civilization, and also received his Master's degree in sports leadership from Northeastern University.
Jasmine Ferguson is responsible for planning, organizing, and operating non-baseball events at AT&T Park as well as managing the internship and vendor programs. Jasmine started with Giants Enterprises as a Special Events intern and also worked on the 34th America's Cup. Before joining Giants Enterprises, Jasmine worked as a Hospitality Tent Manager for the U.S. Open, was an Event Chair for Relay for Life, and completed a special events internship with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Jasmine graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Recreation, Parks, & Tourism Administration with an emphasis in event management.
Alex Capitolo is responsible for planning, organizing, and operating non-baseball events at AT&T Park. Prior to joining Giants Enterprises, Alex worked for Live Nation in Premium Seat Sales and Special Events and for the Oakland Raiders as a member of the Premium Services game day team. Alex graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management.