“We started this company with the mission of helping schools. Our client schools tell us we’ve done that through our service so far, but this new program enables us to do even more."
(PRWEB) December 12, 2017
StateChamps, the leading provider of online ticketing solutions to high schools, announced this week that it will donate a portion of ticket fees collected back to client schools and school districts.
Eric Housh, the Chief Marketing Officer of StateChamps, announced the revenue sharing program during the 48th National Athletic Director’s Conference.
“We started this company with the mission of helping schools. Our client schools tell us we’ve done that through our service so far, but this new program enables us to do even more,” Housh said.
The new revenue sharing program was introduced alongside the announcement of three new ticketing service levels for high schools. The different service levels will enable schools to choose a ticketing program that best fits their needs. “Some schools are ready to try online ticketing now for the first time because they don’t want to be left behind. Others are ready to move toward a more enterprise-class install. Some are in the middle. With these new levels, we now have a solution for every school,” Housh added.
Housh also shared a demo of POP, StateChamps’ new Point-of-Purchase mobile app that enables schools to accept credit card payments at events. “POP, when used alongside our exclusive Share and Tear technology, provides schools with access to a full digital ticketing platform without the need to buy any printers, scanners, or other equipment,” he said. “It makes digital make sense.”
Since launching in 2015, StateChamps.com has helped hundreds of schools sell over $1 million in tickets online. StateChamps is a sponsor and preferred vendor of the National Interscholastic Association of Athletic Administrators. For more information about StateChamps ticketing services, please visit statechamps.com or call 844.502.4267.