Football is back, and our teams have achieved major success during Weeks 1 and 2. Fans are packing stadiums, group experiences have been enjoyable and rewarding, and partner visits have proven to be meaningful and productive. Our sales teams have been hard at work to prepare for each game day, ensuring partners and their fans are equipped to enjoy the weekend. The work hasn’t stopped there, as our teams have been on the ground working vigorously at home games to ensure seamless experiences, connect with season ticket holders, facilitate group experiences, and secure additional sales opportunities. The excitement is real and will only continue to grow as the season progresses. Read through to get a closer look at some of our amazing accomplishments thus far.



    Air Force vs Lafayette, Home Opener, Saturday September 4th

From Left – Right: Jack O’Connor – Account Executive, Ross Nigro – West Regional Manager, Hailee Codiga – General Manager Air Force 


Frog Alley: TCU fans tailgating prior to their home game against Duquesne on Saturday, September 4th. They came out on top 45-3!!



Our Virginia Tech sales team was hard at work at their first home game against UNC on Friday, September 3rd. Virginia Tech went on sale with their 2022 Football Season Tickets yesterday, making them our first team to do so, and they are already having great success with this as they have sold more than 150 season tickets thus far!

From Left – Right: Zane Gregory – Manager Premium Sales, Thomas Engl – Account Executive, Hannah Cambell – Hokie Club, Pat Ryan – General Manager, Brent Kepner – Associate General Manager, Lindsey Ray – Account Executive, Vinny Meyer – Account Executive.


The West Virginia University Mountaineer football team opened up their 2020-2021 season on September 11th against LIU and fans were filled with excitement to be back at Mountaineer Field. Prior to kick-off, fans were treated to Gold and Blue-style entertainment, with a focus on family fun. LEARFIELD Ticket Solutions partnered with The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences to develop family-friendly entertainment on game day.  The partnership with CPASS allowed students to share what they are learning about sport training activities that are age-appropriate and designed to support youth skill development. The goal was to promote physical activity and physical literacy for children.

The Youth Sports Day featured physical activities such as an obstacle course, agility ladders, hurdles, various drills, wide receiver route tree, and flag tag!


On Saturday, September 4th at their home game against Abilene Christian, our SMU team hosted their Teacher Appreciation Night. There was an incredible showing of local Dallas educators and their friends and family, with 331 tickets sold. During half-time, twenty teachers participated in the on-field experience, pictured above (left). Two Dallas ISD superintendents were honored and presented game balls by Whataburger in collaboration with our MMR team, pictured above (right).


Our team at SMU also hosted Scout Night, another highly successful group experience at their home game against UNT on Saturday, September 11th. They again had an incredible showing as 400 scouts attended the game. One hundred of the scouts were given the opportunity to go down on the field during pre-game to participate in the high-five tunnel and 200 of them stayed for the post-game camp-out on the field. Along with Scout Night, that night they hosted Family Weekend and the First Responder’s game.

All three experiences on Saturday brought in a large crowd, making it one of the best-attended games at SMU!


The photo above shows the Iowa Sales team hard at work at their home-opener against Indiana on Saturday, September 4th. They took advantage of their time at the game and stationed their sales table outside of the premium tailgate area. They were able to engage with fans about Men’s & Woman’s Basketball tickets that are already on sale and gauged interest in wrestling tickets that went on sale yesterday.

From Left – Right: David Wrobel – Senior Account Executive, Mike Bladzik – Account Executive, Not Pictured: Chris Herschberger – Senior Account Executive



At their home-opener on Saturday, September 11th, Kansas State hosted their Extra Yard for Teachers Appreciation night. They garnered uccess with this promotion and sold over 580 tickets to educators, family, and friends. Fifty-five teachers were able to to take part in the flag ceremony on the field, as they were nominated by their various districts. Check out their video recap here!


Our newest partner, THE Ohio State sales team before the first home game of the season!

From Left – Right: Nick Hauser – Account Executive, Jimmy Hark – Account Executive, Alexis Doddridge – Account Executive, Tommy Boldt – Account Executive, Isaiah Eichler – Account Executive, Not Pictured: Seth Roberts – General Manager