Management Team

Tom Dickson, Chief Executive Officer
Jeremy Goldblatt, Chief Operating Officer


Tom Dickson

Chief Executive Officer

Tom started his professional career with Leo Burnett Advertising, the largest advertising agency in the United States. In his 17 years with Burnett, Tom directed several national and multi-national businesses including Kellogg, Procter & Gamble, Nintendo, Hallmark, and Keebler, gaining an extensive knowledge of all marketing disciplines including advertising, sales promotion, database marketing, branding and sports marketing. Tom was an Executive Vice President when he left Leo Burnett in 1996 to start his own company, Professional Sports Marketing.

In 1993, Tom in conjunction with wife Sherrie Myers purchased the Waterloo Diamonds. Tom and Sherrie moved the team to Michigan’s Capital city in 1996 and re-branded them as the Lansing Lugnuts. The team’s success has been unwavering, as the Lugnuts have averaged over 350,000 fans per year over the team’s first 15 seasons, and have been named one of the most successful professional sports franchises in minor league history.

In 2002, Professional Sports Marketing was selected from a nationwide competition to bring baseball to the city of Montgomery, Alabama. The Montgomery Biscuits began play in a new $30MM ballpark in 2004. Two years later the ballpark was rated best in all of minor league baseball by Baseball America.

Tom and Sherrie have been responsible for the development of over $250MM worth of new minor league ballparks in markets such as Dayton, Ohio; Joliet, Illinois; Gary, Indiana and Eastlake, Ohio. It was through a particular consulting project that Tom identified the need in the industry for a food service provider who truly understood the nuances of minor league baseball. To fill this gap, Tom along with his business partners, launched Professional Sports Catering.

The results speak for themselves. PSC had experienced rapid growth each year since 2007. Its reach is across the United States, and throughout every level of Minor League Baseball. Currently PSC is the largest foodservice provider in all of minor league baseball.

In addition to his role as CEO of PSC, Tom is a thought leader in the minor league baseball industry. He serves on the MiLB Board of Trustees and is Chairman for MiLB Project BRAND which has created and led the wide-ranging unification of MiLB's collectively branding initiatives.

Tom is widely considered as one of the preeminent entrepreneurs in the business of sports. Utilizing his professional marketing background, Tom has implemented innovative and highly effective strategies to create his successful franchises. Readers of USA Today recently voted The Lansing Lugnuts and Montgomery Biscuits the #1 and #2 minor league baseball brands in the country. Tom has been widely featured in national media including CNN, Sports Illustrated, Smart Money magazine, The Chicago Tribune Magazine, ESPN, National Public Radio, and many others.


Jeremy Goldblatt

Chief Operating Officer

Jeremy heads PSC’s field operations teams after serving in leadership roles with Levy sports and entertainment and Whole Foods Market.  Jeremy brings a strategic approach that drives operational results through a focus on people.  His passion for mentoring and team member development also ensures that PSC continues to attract, retain, and grow the best ballpark operators in the industry.  Jeremy is committed to understanding and addressing the specific business, civic, and institutional goals of each of PSC’s partners.

Jeremy received his Masters from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.  He and his wife, Carey, live in Chicago with their three children. Jeremy has served on a number of civic boards and is currently a Trustee for the Cancer Research Foundation.