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This profile was last updated on 11/20/08  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History

  • Vice President, Player Development and Community Affairs
    New England Patriots
  • Vice President of Community Relations
    New England Patriots
  • Vice President of Player Development and Community Affairs
    Big Brothers

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Big Brothers
7 Total References
Web References
National Sports Marketing Network (NSMN) - Boston Chapter, 20 Nov 2008 [cached]
- Don Lowery, Vice President, Player Development & Community Affairs, New England Patriots
news - sports - - ABC 28, 24 Jan 2002 [cached]
"It's been nothing but a horror," said Don Lowery, vice president of community relations for the New England Patriots.
"We did a survey and found that on average it took 17 minutes to get through the bathroom during a game.So if you went at the beginning of halftime, you'd miss the beginning of the second half.It was about the same for the concession stands."
In 1997, when New England hosted the AFC Championship Game, more than 350 reporters tried to report out of a press box with a supposed capacity of 120.
"We had to bring in two trailers and a tent for the media," said Lowery.
"I remember a player bringing his wife here after he was drafted," said Lowery."She said, 'So here's the practice field.Where's the stadium?' "
Lowery, who's been with the Patriots for eight years, can't wait to be done with the place.
"There is no sentimentality whatsoever," he said.
Well, maybe a little.
Jars of dirt from the stadium are offered on the Patriots Web site at $10.95 a pop.Workers are cutting up the goal posts for souvenirs as well as the aluminum bleachers, so that season ticket holders can buy their seats.
Now it's being cleared of scoreboard, seats and other fixtures, said Lowery.Pointing to some trailer-ish looking structures, he said, "They're taking out those quote unquote luxury boxes over there."
When that is done in about two weeks, a pair of wrecking balls will go to work.
The kitchen for the new stadium is going to cost $8.5 million," said Lowery.
The $325 million field is being built entirely with private money.
Board of Directors, 8 May 2006 [cached]
Donald LoweryVice President of Player Development and Community Affairs
Board of Directors, 9 Sept 2004 [cached]
Donald LoweryExecutive Director of Communications
- Don Lowery, Vice President, Player Development & Community Affairs, New England Patriots
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