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Midland, MI USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Great Lakes Loons's estimated annual revenue is currently $13.1M per year.
  • Great Lakes Loons's estimated revenue per employee is $160,000

Employee Data

  • Great Lakes Loons has 82 Employees.
  • Great Lakes Loons grew their employee count by -4% last year.
  • Great Lakes Loons currently has 8 job openings.
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The Great Lakes Loons are a Single-A (Low A) partner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and members of the Midwest League. On June 2, 2006, the Michigan Baseball Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, finalized the purchase agreement of the Southwest Michigan Devil Rays, paving the way for the team to be relocated to Midland, MI. Centrally located in downtown Midland, beautiful Dow Diamond has been the home of the Loons since the inaugural game on April 13, 2007. Dow Diamond has established itself as one of the premier minor league stadiums in the country, earning several awards in the process. The Michigan Baseball Foundation was established to bring affordable, family-friendly entertainment to Mid-Michigan. Through the Great Lakes Loons and Dow Diamond, MBF aims to revitalize and reinvigorate the region and promote greater economic and civic prosperity. MBF, in accordance with the IRS, formed for the purpose of supporting regional youth organizations. The foundation received initial funding from the, Dow Corning Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company Foundation, The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation, The Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation, The Charles J. Strosacker Foundation and The Bill and Linda Stavropoulos Foundation. ESPN 100.9-FM is the radio flagship home of the Great Lakes Loons. The station was purchased by the Loons organization on March 25, 2008. MBF helped finance the purchase and funded the construction of the radio studio in the Dow Diamond press box, overlooking the baseball field, which was completed in January 2009. Follow the Loons on Twitter & Instagram: @greatlakesloons Like the Loons on Facebook!



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Executive Contacts

Brad TammenPresident & General Manager
Jamie StartDirector of AccountingEmail Available
Matthew DeVriesAssistant General Manager - Marketing & Communications
Jana ChotivkovaChief Financial OfficerEmail Available
Noah HeiberDirector of Ticket Sales
Eric RamseyerDirector Of Business Applications And Analytics
Tyler KringDirector Of Corporate PartnershipsEmail Available
Chris MundhenkVice President - Marketing & EntertainmentEmail Available
Cameron BlochMarketing Promotions Manager
Riley PaulusGroup Sales Manager

Great Lakes Loons News

09/08/2019 - Great Lakes Loons season ends in Eastern Division final

James Outman stands in the outfield and waits to kick off the first inning during a Great Lakes Loons playoff game against the Lake County ...

09/06/2019 - Great Lakes Loons receive grant for sensory kits

On Aug. 28, the Midland Noon Rotary Club awarded a $3,000 grant to the Great Lakes Loons for the purchase of “sensory kits” for use at Dow ...

09/07/2019 - Great Lakes Loons claim series win, head to Eastern Division ...

Romer Cuadrado puts his hands on the back of his head and leans over the side of the dugout as he watches his teammates take the field in ...