as ticketing, food orders and parking.
The company debuted in 2014 at Levi’s
Stadium in Santa Clara, the home of
the San Francisco 49ers. Since then it
has partnered with Yankee Stadium,
AT&T Stadium and Churchill Downs,
John Paul, VenueNext’s founder
and CEO, said that ticketing is the app
function that fans use more than any
other, followed by food ordering. Ticketing “was most important for teams,
and that’s a good thing,” he said. “It’s
a big transition from paper tickets or
PDFs to mobile tickets.” The app makes
it easy to transfer tickets to others, and
it gives each team a clear idea of who
exactly is in their building, Paul said.
“A paper ticket, or even a mobile ticket,
(when) not quite done the right way, is
kind of an ‘anonymizer.’” Paul said he
Think of a place that knows what it takes to host
champions. Somewhere with award-winning
sports facilities and the dining options to satisfy
any team’s hunger. A place where NSA Softball,
USA Softball, USA Track and Field, and the
Southern Conference have all chosen to host
their best. Now think about that place being
Spartanburg, SC. Surprised?
Once you visit you’ll understand there’s no place
like it. There’s only one Spartanburg.
> VenueNext offers an app that can help fans
buy tickets, purchase food and find parking.