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Brian Cersosimo

General Manager

Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena

HQ Phone:  (716) 484-2624

Email: b***@***.com

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Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena

319 West Third Street

Jamestown, New York,14701

United States

Company Description

Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena, in Jamestown, NY, home to hockey tournaments and hockey camps and the location of choice for national figure skating competitions along with family fun ice skating. Premier event location in Western New York....more

Background Information

Employment History

Hockey Director

Timber Lake Camp


Head Coach

Goalline Sports Administration Systems


Contributor

The Post-Journal


Team Owner of the Southern Tier Hockey Team

Xpress


General Manager

Southern Tier Xpress


General Manager

JSBA


Head Coach

Amateur Penguins


Web References(92 Total References)


Southern Tier Xpress - Winning at More Than Hockey - Jamestown Gazette

jamestowngazette.com [cached]

The Southern Tier Xpress junior hockey squad, in the second week of January, is on track to top the North American Tier 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) in attendance in only its first season on the ice, according to Brian Cersosimo, General Manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.
Mid January also landed the Xpress in a 3-way tie for second place near the top of the league's hotly contested Eastern Division. A recent Sunday game drew more than 1,300 people to the ice arena. "We are out-drawing the Mason City North Iowa Bulls right now. They were 2013 league champions and 2014 runners-up," Brian said. Mason City, Iowa, is almost Jamestown's exact twin in business and population. "We've already nearly doubled the attendance records of Jamestown's previous hockey team, the Ironmen. That's because our players have made themselves a real part of the community," Brian recently told a fan at the arena. The Southern Tier Xpress regular season ends at the end of February with about 14 games remaining to be played between mid January and the end of the season. If all goes as planned, the season could extend into March with the Xpress competing in the league championship playoffs. Community Wins Games "The community has been fantastically supportive, and that's made a huge difference," Brian said, speaking for himself and the other 12 local community members who make up the Xpress's ownership team. "The community has really showed up for us," Brian added. "Nothing surprises me when something good happens in Jamestown, that's just the way it is here," Brian Cersosimo said. But, according to JSB Ice Arena GM, Brian Cersosimo and the Southern Tier Xpress ownership team, the best ice in the world is good for even more than just skating on. "We are here to create a positive impact on 25 players in a way that will affect their behavior for the rest of their lives, whether in hockey or in anything else they do," Brian explained. When an ice arena can build character as well as great teams, then it can really be called a success. "Our ownership," Brian added, "is truly committed to the team, the whole community and the people who are making this a success." "We have certain goals for the young men who play on our team. We want them to be active in the community, we want our games to be affordable and we want to create a new and better impression of hockey players and their behavior in the community," Brian promised. Brian also explained that The Ice Arena Board of Directors has 11 members and the Southern Tier Xpress ownership board has 13 members.


southern tier xpress Archives - Jamestown Gazette

jamestowngazette.com [cached]

The Southern Tier Xpress junior hockey squad, in the second week of January, is on track to top the North American Tier 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) in attendance in only its first season on the ice, according to Brian Cersosimo, General Manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.


Jamestown Savings Bank Arena | New Hockey Team: Southern Tier Xpress

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"Bud really put some serious thought into his idea," said JSBA General Manager and member of the JAHA, Brian Cersosimo.
"Not only will he receive season tickets and all of the perks and benefits that come along with that for the next two seasons," said Cersosimo "But, Bud is going to be synonymous with the name Southern Tier Xpress forever."


www.post-journal.com

"It's going very well," said Brian Cersosimo, general manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena.
"Overnight, we had so many people playing we had to use both rinks." He wasn't certain how many people had turned up for the event, but he knew there were quite a lot. I'm so excited Brian invited WCA to be a part of this." Johnson added that Cersosimo had been diagnosed with heart disease and had experience with the heart center. Cersosimo tied the two organizations together, hoping to raise money for the cause and promote awareness, she said. "It was his idea to let WCA come in," she explained, adding that this was perfect timing because February is American Heart Month. "Even though it was in the negatives outside, we had a lot of people come in," Cersosimo added. "Individuals came in from Erie, Toronto and Olean to play. It was a constant stream of people in and out." Cersosimo said there was a large turnout for the KISS tribute band, Mizzbehavin', as well as for karaoke in the Bud Light Arena club. He added that the basket raffle was doing well with many tickets being sold.


www.post-journal.com

"Let's team up for 24 hours of ice hockey while joining forces to support local heart care" was a statement made during a press conference held at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena on Friday, Jan. 30, when Brian Cersosimo, JSBA general manager, announced the inaugural 24-Hour James(hockey)town Ice Hockey extravaganza that will take center rink to support the WCA Heart Center and Kraft Hockeyville for 24 hours of nonstop ice hockey games and family fun for everyone.
The event, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27, and continue nonstop through Saturday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m., will be held in conjunction with Kraft Hockeyville, an annual competition sponsored by Kraft Foods, the National Hockey League and the NHL Players' Association, in which communities are invited to compete to show their commitment to the sport of ice hockey. Chautauqua County residents are encouraged to go online and nominate the local rink at krafthockeyville.com and vote Jamestown Savings Bank Arena their community rink for hockey. "No matter your age, young or old, this first-time hockey spectacular is sure to be a big crowd pleaser," said Brian Cersosimo, supporting team owner of the Xpress Southern Tier Hockey team. "We will wow the crowds with nonstop ice hockey that starts at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 27 with a ceremonial puck drop to kick off the opening game and end at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28 with a closing ceremony that will bring 24 hours of straight hockey to a close. A portion of proceeds from the event will support the WCA Heart Center. "February is American Heart Month and we thought this would be a natural fit to use this event opportunity to raise awareness of heart disease," said Cersosimo, who was treated at the WCA Heart Center. "I lost my Dad two weeks ago to heart disease and my wife passed away at a very young age to the same illness. She was too young to worry about heart disease. A heart survivor myself, I understand the importance of raising community awareness that by adopting simple lifestyle changes and recognizing the early signs and symptoms of a heart attack we can live a long, heart-healthy life. This event is a chance for us to bring two incredible establishments together that, among others, is the life blood and heart of this community." State Assemblyman Andy Goodell and Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, echoed the sentiments of Cersosimo during the press conference by expressing their excitement for what will unfold at the end of February. "You don't have to attend the event to show America that you really love hockey," Brian said.


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