TICKET USAGE TIPS
Ticket Tips: 100 ways to use your season tickets
- Invite a customer who has not done business with you recently.
- Get to know your business colleagues outside of the office.
- Help part-time workers feel more included in the organization.
- Reward suppliers and vendors who consistently meet deadlines.
- Treat a loyal customer for his or her birthday.
- Run a sales contest and reward the winner with tickets.
- Thank someone who has given you helpful business advice.
- Take someone who does business with a competitor.
- Have a drawing at work and give them to the lucky employee.
- Enhance relationships with those in a position to recommend you or refer your business.
- Take a potential customer and close the sale at Joe Louis Arena!
- Take a loyal customer to say "thanks."
- Take one of your smaller accounts and try to enhance their business with you.
- Reward a customer who gave you a referral.
- Reward an employee who comes up with a savings suggestion.
- Attendance incentives for employees.
- Reward staff for an accident-free work environment.
- Congratulate a recent employee.
- Win back a customer who had a problem or a complaint with your company.
- Thank a customer who praised your company.
- Offer a unique incentive for customers to do business with you.
- Package tickets with your product to promote sales (please contact the Red Wings to facilitate)
- Say "thanks" to a retiring officer or employee.
- Welcome a new employee to the company with tickets.
- Congratulate an employee on his or her recent promotion.
- Reward the employee with the highest sales.
- Put a smile on an employee's face who needs encouragement after a difficult day.
- Offer them to a manager whose department exceeded its goals.
- Thank your Assistant on Administrative Professionals Day.
- Present them to a front-line person who appeased an angry customer.
- Offer your tickets to a service person from another company who has taken care of you.
- Boost your own career potential by networking (it's not what you know, it's who you know).
- Thank a new customer for their business.
- Give tickets to your Human Resources department to use as performance rewards.
- Give to an employee who generates the most business.
- Give to potential vendors to enhance business relationships.
- Reward a department that hits their quota for the week or the month.
- Reward someone after meeting a milestone in their life.
- Give to an employee who is consistently accurate.
- Give tickets to your office cleaning crew as a thank you.
- Offer tickets to a customer for the holiday.
- Use tickets to recruit or thank a new customer.
- Reward an employee for making the most new appointments.
- Give tickets to the employee who had to stay late last night to finish a crucial project.
- Show your appreciation to a company intern.
- Give tickets to outside training services.
- Give tickets as an apology for a mistake you made.
- Give to a co-worker to whom you owe a favor.
- Send your co-workers/subordinates to a game together, with a meeting over dinner.
- Give tickets to an employee who doesn't get commission.
- Give tickets to the rep of another company who enables you to service your customers well.
- Give tickets to an employee on his or her birthday.
- Give them to your security guards.
- Give to an employee or customer who has been sick as a "get well soon."
- Give to a prospect who is in from out of town and looking for something to do.
- Give to your customer service department as an appreciation for maintaining a good relationship with your customers.
- Offer tickets to your Assistant so they can take their family.
- Congratulate an employee for reaching their annual goals.
- Give to an employee who exceeded his or her duties.
- Give tickets to an employee who makes the most sales calls for a particular day.
- Reward an employee for receiving a service recognition from a customer.
- Give tickets to an employee who renews the most accounts.
- Give to the employee who is the most punctual.
- Give to a customer who makes timely payments or pays in full.
- Reward your "Employee of the Month."
IN THE COMMUNITY:
- Thank volunteers for their contribution.
- Give them to your child's teacher as a thank you for their help.
- Give them to your drivers for being on time.
- Donate tickets to your church.
- Give tickets to charity and use it as a tax write-off.
- Give tickets to your mechanic, dentist, doctor, etc.
- Offer your tickets to your accountant/lawyer who has done a great job.
- Give tickets to your local Boys and Girls Club or other children's related charities.
- Give to a Good Samaritan.
- Give tickets to a representative on your local school board or union to promote goodwill.
- Offer your tickets to someone who has always given you great service (your dry cleaner, pharmacist, mailman, babysitter, etc.)
- Use tickets as raffle prizes.
- Use as an incentive for someone to quit a bad habit.
- Use as an auction item.
- Give to members of a club you participate in (Lion's Club, Kiwanis, etc.).
- Give tickets to a team you might sponsor.
- Use tickets for trade opportunities.
- Give tickets to your child's coach.
- Donate tickets to patients at a local hospital.
- Thank volunteers foThank a neighbor who took care of your pets and got your mail while you were away.
- Give to restaurants that you frequent with clients or family members.
- Give as an engagement or wedding gift.
- Treat your family and friends by taking them to the game.
- Use tickets as a holiday gift.
- Propose at a Red Wings game.
- Meet a blind date at the seats.
- Reward your children for good grades.
- Welcome a new neighbor to town.
- Invite an old friend to reconnect.
- Give tickets as a graduation present.
- Give your tickets to a relative.
- Treat a friend to a game on their birthday.
- Enjoy a Valentine's treat by taking someone special to a game.
- Use them yourself!
- Use tickets as a way to spend quality time with the whole family.