Social Media Campaign Sets Out to Prove Tickets Mean Business

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TicketManager encourages fans to share photos & videos highlighting the success of company sports tickets through TicketsMeanBusiness (#TMB) campaign and contests

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Every day we meet new companies with inspiring and creative stories about how they’ve used tickets to meet new customers, incentivize their staff, and drive business

TicketManager, the cloud-based ticket management software leader, announced the Tickets Mean Business social media campaign encouraging fans to share the success of their sports and event tickets through the #TMB hashtag. The most creative or effective entrants using tickets for business needs will be chosen throughout the year and rewarded with authentic jerseys, Apple watches, gift cards, and more.

“Every day we meet new companies with inspiring and creative stories about how they’ve used tickets to meet new customers, incentivize their staff, and drive business,” said TicketManager CEO and Co-Founder Tony Knopp. “They share their stories and their pictures with us and we see the value instantly. We believe it’s time to share those successes with the world and come together to end the lie that tickets are a boondoggle or a ‘nice to have perk’ as opposed to the crucial business asset they really are.”

Throughout the campaign, fans will hashtag their success at an event to participate in promotional weekly prize giveaways. Social media, which now encompasses more than 50 percent of online adults using at least two platforms, will be used to encourage customers to show off their client entertainment with the “tickets mean business” hashtag (#TMB).

The photos and videos posted by fans throughout the #TMB campaign, will be prominent through TicketManager’s sponsored partnerships with the American Airlines Center, Barclays Center, and Verizon Center as well as the numerous sports and entertainment events. Such sponsorships will feature TicketManger throughout the building, boosting buzz about the online tool and mobile app as well as remind customers to hashtag the success of their experience.

“Too many companies are being unfairly targeted for using an effective business tool in the right way,” said Knopp, “This campaign is the first step towards shining a light on the effectiveness of these assets while highlighting the responsibility of the companies that own them.”

The Tickets Mean Business campaign will kick off March 10th and include all events. The TicketManager team will be promoting the event in Dallas where two TicketManager partners, The Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks, face off in a crucial NBA showdown.

About TicketManager
TicketManager (http://www.ticketmanager.com) is where tickets mean business. TicketManager makes company tickets simple by enabling companies to measure the business impact of sports and entertainment assets while staying compliant.

Described as “Necessary in Business” by CNBC, TicketManager offers a variety of web and mobile products to help companies of all sizes use the tickets they own, buy the tickets they need, and stay compliant with all federal, state, and local regulation without adding another layer of red-tape or confusing software.

TicketManager makes tickets available where the business user lives, whether on their mobile device, in their CRM, or through their team and venue partners. TicketManager partners with over 60 professional sports teams and venues as well as industry leading partners, Salesforce.com and Concur, to offer integrated products alongside education. The company is based in Calabasas, CA.

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