New CEO of Seminole Boosters announced

The long reign of Andy Miller as the Chief executive officer of the Seminole Boosters is finally coming to an end. After a 45 year career that witnessed the greatness of Bobby Bowden, 3 national championships, orange bowl victories, a college football appearance, All American selections, and so much more, Miller is now stepping down and giving way to new blood. On July 15th, Florida State University announced that athletic director of Central Michigan University Michael Alford had been hired as the new CEO of Seminole Boosters.

The new CEO of Seminole Boosters has had a very illustrious career. Don’t let his previous institution fool you. He has accomplished great things over his career. Alford got some of his first experience cutting his teeth with the University of Alabama,  involved with strategic planning, and was extremely involved in recruiting and training of the staff he worked with. From here, he was hired by the Dallas Cowboys as the Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships and Sales. During his tenure in Dallas, he played a key roll in generating $400 million in revenue for the team and was also involved with the programming of the Cowboys new stadium that opened in 2009.

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After this, he was hired by the University of Oklahoma. While with the Sooners, he was the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development and Administration and set donation records in 2012 and 2013. With Miller giving way to this creative man, it is safe to say that the University is in good and capable hands. All things considered, this has the making of a home run hire for Florida State.

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