Gametime partners with Dallas Stars Gametime, the last minute mobile ticket marketplace, today announced its first official team partnerships with some of the most respected organizations in professional sports. The company will collaborate with 14 teams across the NFL, NBA and NHL including the Atlanta Hawks, Milwaukee Bucks, Orlando Magic, Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning to activate incremental last minute sales. While each relationship will be unique in structure, all will focus on optimizing sales for a Millennial audience by leveraging the Gametime app as a last minute sales channel.
Jamba Juice partners with Dallas Stars Dallas Stars President and CEO Jim Lites and Jamba Juice CEO Dave Pace announced today, a three-year partnership beginning with the 2017-18 NHL season, bringing together two brands with a passion for sharing a fit and fun lifestyle and supporting their community. The agreement includes development plans to open Jamba stores within select Dr Pepper StarCenters, the first of which will debut at Dr Pepper StarCenter Frisco this October.
Lexus partners with Dallas Stars FRISCO, Texas - The Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks and American Airlines Center announced today a new five-year partnership with Lexus North America, which includes exclusive naming rights to the south Platinum Level Club at American Airlines Center, along with the Platinum Garage structure located at the corner of All Star Way and North Houston Street.
Comerica signs deal with Dallas Stars Dallas Stars President and CEO Jim Lites and Comerica's Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jim Weber announced today a new expanded partnership between the Dallas Stars and Comerica. The Dallas-based financial services company will continue to be a "Proud Banking Partner of the Dallas Stars" while increasing brand exposure through signage, print and media.