In August, we announced our partnership with HomeTown Ticketing and we are incredibly excited to share the integration that bring professional-level online ticketing to high schools across the country is officially live today.
“People are no longer satisfied with clunky and outdated experiences,” said Rick Ehrman, CEO of VNN Sports. “High school sports is the next frontier for seamless, digital experiences – and it starts with ticketing. This new integration and functionality enable VNN Sports’ partner schools to deliver professional-grade experiences to their loyal communities with just a few clicks of a mouse.”
How it works
After a much anticipated wait, all VNN Sports partner schools are able to add digital ticketing for football and basketball games to their website through a partnership with Columbus-based HomeTown Ticketing. Instead of finding a way to scrounge some cash together or having to pay someone back, a fan can buy tickets via the box office on a full events calendar or through a “buy tickets” link on the team’s schedule. When she arrives at the event, the purchased tickets are scanned directly from her phone or tickets she printed off at home. Who likes waiting in lines while people dig through their pockets anyways?
Ehrman continued: “At VNN Sports, we strive to be the platform high schools across the country use to deliver best-in-class experiences to their communities. By adding ticketing to our list of integrations, high school athletic departments are one step closer to the professional-level experiences today’s fans expect.”
We are thrilled that our partnership with HomeTown Ticketing has finally come to life. To start the process, click here. On top of that, we will be hosting a workshop with our CEO, Rick Ehrman, and HomeTown Ticketing CEO Nate Nale next Friday at 11 am est.