HomeTown and AIAAA

HomeTown Ticketing Announces Presenting Sponsorship Of The Arizona Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (AIAAA)

COLUMBUS, OH – September 9, 2021
For Immediate Release

HomeTown Ticketing is proud to announce our Presenting Sponsorship of the Arizona Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (AIAAA). As a sponsor of the AIAAA, HomeTown reaffirms its commitment to supporting the athletic directors, coaching staff, and athletes in Arizona’s schools by offering a fast, easy solution to ticketing events and getting fans in the stands.

HomeTown’s platform provides a comprehensive solution that makes it simple to create and manage athletic events, sell tickets, and track revenue, saving time and energy for those in charge of these events. With quick-scanning technology, fans are able to present their printed, mobile, or in app tickets at the gate for entry. This helps avoid long lines at the box office and the gate all while providing a truly contactless and paperless experience. In addition to the many features of the HomeTown platform, the in-house Support Team and school-assigned Client Success Managers provide top quality support to ensure each school has the resources and answers they need.

“The Arizona Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (AIAAA) is thrilled to add HomeTown Ticketing to its sponsorship family! As our Presenting Sponsor, Hometown Ticketing has demonstrated their commitment to work with the AIAAA and all the athletic directors, coaches, and athletes they serve through interscholastic athletics. HomeTown allows middle and high schools to provide sports ticketing for all of their athletic events through their school’s own website. The process is simple, cashless, and paperless.”
– Joni Pabst, CAA AIAAA Executive Director and 2008 NIAAA President  |  AIAAA

“HomeTown is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the AIAAA. Together, we are able to support coaches and athletic directors across the state of Arizona as they work to build stronger, better sports programs for their student athletes. We are excited for the future of our partnership with the AIAAA and are committed to providing the paperless, easy process to take ticketing to the next level in Arizona schools.”
– Ryan Hart, Chairman & CEO  |  HomeTown Ticketing, Inc.

HomeTown Ticketing is the leading digital ticketing provider in both K–12 and collegiate spaces, serving schools, districts, conferences, and associations. 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 accessible within 24 hours from a ticket sale. Learn more about HomeTown at www.hometownticketing.com | @hometowntix

The Arizona Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association was begun in 1982 by a group of high school athletic directors who realized that education and programs were needed to foster higher standards of professionalism with the ranks of Arizona’s high school athletic directors. The AIAAA works closely with the Arizona Interscholastic Association, the governing board for all Arizona high school athletics. The purpose of the organization is to foster high standards of professionalism and ethics, promote cooperation and sportsmanship among schools, provide for an exchange of ideas and understanding of the administration of high school athletics, promote good will and camaraderie among the athletic directors of the State of Arizona and to encourage/promote athletic programs that will provide the widest possible participation, while maintaining the highest possible standards.