The Buffalo Bills announced the appointment of four vice presidents Tuesday in the restructuring of its business operations department.
The restructuring includes a redefinition of job roles for several other staff members.
Joe Frandina will become the new vice president of stadium operations. Frandina previously served as the director of stadium operations. He joined the Bills in 1995.
Peter Guelli has been named vice president of business development. Guelli joined the Bills in 1998 and previously served as the team's executive director of corporate sales.
Marc Honan has been named the vice president of marketing and broadcasting. He most recently served as executive director of marketing. Honan joined the Bills in 1997 as assistant director of marketing communications.
Bill Munson, long-time executive of the team, will take on a new role as vice president of public affairs. Munson had previously served as the team's vice president/operations. Munson is in his 34th year with the Bills organization.
David Wheat has been named vice president of business operations and ticketing. Wheat formerly held the title of director of ticket sales and service. Wheat returned to the Bills organization in 2003 after previously working for the team from 1997-2000.
Scott Berchtold will continue to serve as the team's vice president of communications, a position he has held since March of 1999. Berchtold joined the team in 1989 and is entering his 18th season with the Bills.
The moves follow the front-office overhaul that saw Russ Brandon promoted to executive vice president of business operations.