TicketCity Partners with USF IMG Sports Marketing
AUSTIN, Texas (June 27, 2011) –TicketCity, a leader in the secondary ticket industry
for over 21 years, is proud to announce a new sponsorship with the University of South Florida (USF) Bulls. As a sponsor, TicketCity will serve as an Official Secondary Ticket Partner with USF IMG Sports Marketing, offering fans a reputable marketplace backed by personalized customer service to buy and sell tickets for live events.
“We are honored to partner with USF, one of the fastest growing universities in the nation and the second largest university in the Southeast,” says Rafael Rivas, Chief Strategy Officer for TicketCity. “USF’s loyal fans will benefit from our extensive offering of tickets for a variety of live events and our leading customer service.”
Bulls fans will experience the TicketCity difference through various marketing and promotional elements through the football and basketball seasons.
“We are excited to announce this partnership with TicketCity. Their reputation in the secondary ticket business speaks for itself. This is an exciting time in USF sports for our fans and partners,” said Jason Capel, General Manager, USF IMG Sports Marketing.
Additional TicketCity partnerships include numerous college athletic sponsorships, as well as football bowl and championship games, including the Pac-10/Pac-12 Conference, the Baylor Bears, CAL Athletics, Oklahoma State University Athletics, and the Washington State University Cougars.
TicketCity offers a marketplace backed by personalized customer service to buy and sell tickets for all sports, concerts, and theatre events. TicketCity specializes in tickets for all college sports and championship events, including college football games and the College World Series. Founded in 1990, TicketCity is a trusted source for secondary market tickets to events around the world. TicketCity is the exclusive secondary ticket provider of CBSSports.com, NBCSports.com, Time Inc.’s SI.com, and Fox Sports’ Scout.com.
Amy Carpenter, VP Marketing