Predators launch two Web sites in continued attempt to woo businesses

Monday, April 27, 2009 at 9:55am
Staff reports

The Nashville Predators announced the creation of two new Web sites designed to create better communication between the NHL franchise and the business community (locally, regionally and nationally).

For years, team officials have expressed a desire to increase sales of season tickets to corporations and have tried numerous ways to educate businesses in how to take advantage of opportunities created through season-ticket purchases.

Nashvillecorporatepartnerships.com and nashvillepremiumseats.com are the latest ventures created with that in mind.

“These new sites represent an alternative and effective way for an organization to communicate and promote our products,” Chris Parker, executive vice president and chief sales officer, said in a release from the team. “They provide us with the ability to engage potential and existing customers on their terms – no matter where they are located. Most significantly, these Web sites provide us with a 24-hour-a-day sales vehicle.”

 

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2 Comments on this post:

By: nashbeck on 4/27/09 at 10:03

I'm glad we averaged over 14k in paid attendance (around 15200 in actual attendance), but we can always go higher until we reach 17,113! Anything that helps will be great.

RESIGN STEVE SULLIVAN!!!! Go Predators!!!

By: GarageDog on 4/27/09 at 12:21

Good, this is a big improvement over the dark days of Viola as the marketing leader.

Go Preds!