November 13th 2006
A community program sports teams could consider for increasing attendance and supporting its community is “Operation Warm.”
Many community civic groups – including Rotary International – have partnered with local businesses to support “Operation Warm,” a community coat drive benefiting kids and families in the community.
The Salvation Army has been involved as one of the non-profit organization who has distributed coats to kids and families.
Sports teams will want to partner with a business that has multiple locations where coats could be dropped off and sports teams could provide a two-for one, buy one get one, or buy two get two tickets offer for each coat that is donated.
Thousands of coats are donated each year to “Operation Warm.” Collaborating with this program to provide a donation incentive is a great way for sports teams to support its community, while also increasing ticket sales. ***********************
Ron Goch, The Telios Group
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