White Sox announce partnership with TicketManager for 2023 season
Multiyear Agreement Offers Corporate Ticket and Suite Holder Free, Best-in-Class Technology for Managing Ticket Plans
CHICAGO – The Chicago White Sox today announced the club’s first full season with TicketManager, a leading ticket and guest management software empowering companies to make client entertainment easy, as the organization’s official corporate ticket management partner.
TicketManager’s technology and services allow all White Sox Corporate Partner Clients and Season Ticket Holder Business Clients to manage, transfer and run reports on their tickets and events online. Continuing the partnership that began last season, business accounts managing White Sox season ticket plans, including premium seating areas, have immediate access to TicketManager’s cutting-edge technology, at no cost for all White Sox games as well as all professional and college sports in the greater Chicago area.
“The White Sox take great pride in ensuring our business and corporate clients have access to best-in-class technology that fits seamlessly into their operations,” said Brooks Boyer, White Sox chief revenue and marketing officer. “Our continued partnership with TicketManager provides ease and convenience for our partners, maximizing suite and ticket use to help them grow their professional networks.”
TicketManager’s platform features the ability to easily identify unused tickets, mobile entry transfers and real-time scan reports across the greater Chicagoland area. Companies and users can transfer tickets to guests for all sports teams in the major and minor-league markets. TicketManager serves as one place for all of a company’s ticket plans across sports. Companies will no longer need to sign into multiple accounts at different teams to transfer tickets to customers and guests.
“The White Sox were among the first professional sports teams to identify the multitude of benefits from providing event management services to their business clients at no cost,” said TicketManager CEO and Co-Founder Tony Knopp. “They’ve been joined by teams in every major league, including the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Wild, Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and Monumental Sports & Entertainment, owners of the Washington Capitals and Wizards. With volatile economic changes happening every day, getting control of a company’s investment in tickets and suites has never been more important. Those organizations and others soon to come on board are gaining first-mover advantage in adapting to changing market conditions and leaning into what their corporate customers need most.”
For more information on TicketManager, visit ticketmanager.com.