HomeTown Ticketing Announces Coporate Partnership With The MIAA

COLUMBUS, OH – October 15, 2021
For Immediate Release

HomeTown Ticketing is proud to announce our partnership with the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA). In supporting collegiate sporting events across the league, especially at a championship level, HomeTown will provide an easy to access platform that makes purchasing tickets, managing athletic seasons, and attending events fast and simple at every level, from fans to administrators. This partnership also furthers HomeTown’s goal of supporting colleges and universities at every level of competition.

HomeTown is honored to be supporting America’s first collegiate athletic conference, and helping to make the 2021–2022 academic year, the conference’s 134th consecutive year of operation for the NCAA Division III-affiliated conference, one to remember. By offering a comprehensive ticketing solution, the MIAA and its member schools will be able to set up events in their online Box Office, experience the convenience of purchasing tickets online, and provide quick scanning for gate entry. In addition, HomeTown’s in-house Support Team and Client Success Managers provide top quality support to ensure each school has the resources and answers they need. Fans will have easy access to purchase tickets online and in the HomeTown Fan App to MIAA events.

 “We are excited to announce HomeTown Ticketing as the Official Online Ticketing Partner of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. This partnership will ease the burden of our member schools and streamline tickets sales for MIAA championships and tournaments. HomeTown has proven to be a leader in digital ticketing, and their online platform will provide fans easier access to purchase tickets for our conference events.” 
– Penny Allen-Cook, Commissioner  |  MIAA

“We are excited to welcome the MIAA to our network of partnerships and athletic associations. HomeTown is committed to providing the innovative solutions that colleges and universities, like those in the MIAA and across the country, need to provide faster, easier ticketing options for their students, staff, and fans. This partnership will allow our two organizations to work together to support athletic programs and provide new ways for fans to access tickets so that they can cheer on their favorite student athletes. We look forward to an exciting school year ahead and many more to come with the MIAA.”
– Ryan Hart, Chairman & CEO  |  HomeTown Ticketing, Inc.

ABOUT HOMETOWN TICKETING
HomeTown Ticketing is the leading digital ticketing provider in both K–12 and collegiate spaces, serving schools, districts, conferences, and associations at no cost. A professional-level and fully automated ticketing solution, HomeTown’s in-house developed, proprietary ticketing platform is tailored specifically to the needs of schools and governing bodies. Benefits of the HomeTown system include unmatched value through easy-to-use purchasing and redemption options, custom box-offices, event and fan specific reporting tools, and secure financial management features to streamline operations and increase financial transparency. Intuitive and easy-to-use for both event organizers and ticket buyers, HomeTown never touches the event organizer’s funds, which are available and accessible within 24 hours from a ticket sale. Learn more about HomeTown at www.hometownticketing.com | @hometowntix

ABOUT THE MICHIGAN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (MIAA)
The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) is America’s first collegiate athletic conference. The 2021–2022 academic year marks the 134th consecutive year of operation for the NCAA Division III-affiliated conference. The MIAA was founded March 24, 1888. From the very beginning, the conference has conducted full-season championships in multiple sports. As one of America’s finest NCAA Division III conferences, the MIAA offers 23 sports for men and women.

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