Gametime signs deal with Milwaukee Bucks 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.
Delta Air Lines partners with Milwaukee Bucks The Milwaukee Bucks today announced a new partnership with Delta Airlines to help get passengers in the spirit of the NBA Playoffs with the Bucks hosting the Toronto Raptors in Milwaukee for Games 3 and 4 of their First Round series this weekend. For the next three days, Delta gate agents at Mitchell International Airport will allow anyone wearing Bucks gear to receive priority boarding along with premium cabin and diamond medallion passengers.
Johnson Controls partners with Milwaukee Bucks The Milwaukee Bucks announced today a new partnership with Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial leader, to become the official “smart building” partner for the new Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center in downtown Milwaukee. As the first Founding Partner for the new arena, Johnson Controls will implement a variety of building technology solutions throughout the facility to enhance the fan experience, improve the building’s performance, reduce energy usage and reduce the arena’s environmental foot print. Together, the Bucks and Johnson Controls are building a smart, sustainable and efficient world-class arena while joining together in a commitment to develop a healthier and more vibrant Milwaukee community for future generations.