ATLANTA – In conjunction with Collegiate Consulting, Bemidji State University and Jackson State University recently completed assessments of their athletic ticket sales. The studies examined past and current ticket sales efforts by the respective athletic departments, focusing specifically on Bemidji State’s football and men’s ice hockey programs as well as Jackson State’s men’s basketball and football programs. Collegiate Consulting concluded both reviews by providing thorough reports and presentations to BSU and JSU administration with recommendations from the athletics consulting firm.
Collegiate Consulting analyzed several facets of both universities’ ticket sales and services, including office staffing, ticket price benchmarking, current and potential customers and marketing and promotion efforts. The reviews also provided sample ticket sales plans, as well as sales and revenue projections.
“Both Bemidji State and Jackson State have foundations of excellence and tradition to aid their ticket sales,” said Jason Lai, Collegiate Consulting Vice President of Ticket Sales and Services. “With our help the Beavers and Tigers can increase both their attendance and revenue. The game experience should be truly memorable, attracting both new and repeat fans.”
In addition to ticket sales assessment, Collegiate Consulting also provides sales and services outsourcing and training as well as game day experience reviews. Click HERE for more information regarding Collegiate Consulting’s services.
About Collegiate Consulting: Collegiate Consulting is a comprehensive solutions-based consulting company focused exclusively on the collegiate marketplace. Featuring a team of experienced and proven individuals, Collegiate Consulting enables athletic departments and conferences to increase revenue, create efficiencies and maximize operations to succeed and prosper in a diverse climate. Collegiate Consulting was founded as a partnership with Strategic Marketing Affiliate in 2005. Since its inception, Collegiate Consulting has worked with over 300 institutions.