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Sergeant back to the old firm

World News
June 14, 2019

VETERAN VENUE manager Paul Sergeant returns to AEG Ogden to become its regional director of special projects Sergeant’s experience includes working at the UK’s Wembley Stadium (cap 90,000), Wembley Arena (12,500) and managing Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium (63,000), and several Australian stadiums during his two previous times with AEG Ogden.

Meanwhile, 24-year company veteran Geoff Hanrahan has joined AEG Ogden’s head office as director of international projects, with a specific focus of overseeing the operation of the new Convention and Exhibition Centre (combined halls 15,000), which also has a 3,200-capacity theatre.

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