Uber signs deal with Orlando Magic Orlando, Fla. (January 9, 2018) – The Orlando Magic announced today an innovative partnership with Uber, embracing the ridesharing company to enhance the fan experience at the Amway Center. Through the agreement, Uber becomes the official ridesharing partner of the Magic. The partnership includes a designated pickup and drop off lot for patrons using Uber for all preseason and regular season Magic home games and all other ticketed events taking place in the arena. The designated pickup area, located at the corner of S Hughey Ave. and W. Pine St. (see map), will be available for pickup and drop offs beginning on January 16 when the Magic host the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Olive Garden sponsors Orlando Magic Orlando, Florida, Nov. 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Orlando Magic announced today a first-of-its kind sports partnership with Olive Garden featuring several innovative elements bringing food, families and sports together. Through the agreement, Olive Garden becomes the official family dining option of the Orlando Magic. Highlights of the partnership include in-game promotions, youth basketball integration and Magic Kids Club activation.
Sugar Skull Rum partners with Orlando Magic ORLANDO – The Orlando Magic and Sugar Skull Rum announced a new, multi-year sports partnership at a special ribbon cutting ceremony on November 3 featuring Magic CEO Alex Martins and Master P (Percy Miller), the award-winning rapper, businessman, author, actor, record producer, philanthropist and former basketball player, who is an investor and advocate of the Sugar Skull Rum brand. This is the first NBA partnership for Sugar Skull Rum.
RP Funding sponsors Orlando Magic ORLANDO – Robert Palmer has already seen first-hand how a community can blossom when charitable and compassionate organizations team up. After his widely successful company, RP Funding, became the inaugural Founding Partner of the Lakeland Magic earlier this year, Palmer quickly noticed incredible growth within Polk County.
Gametime signs deal with Orlando Magic 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.
The Walt Disney Company sponsors Orlando Magic The Magic are the seventh NBA team to announce a jersey sponsorship, a league-wide initiative that will begin next season. Sponsorships on jerseys will be used in a three-year trial run in the NBA and Commissioner Adam Silver has said that the placement of advertising on uniforms is ``an idea whose time has come.’’