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Moncton Wildcats partner with FanSaves to connect fans to local sponsors

The Moncton Wildcats have partnered with FanSaves, a digital couponing platform that gives fans free access to discounts and deals from the team’s sponsors.

“This new partnership will give us the ability and tools to provide great advantages to both our fans and corporate partners,” says Marketing and Communication Specialist, Dominique Bourque. “We’re very excited to be able to offer special deals and discounts to our fans from the businesses and stakeholders who support our team.”

The Wildcats join over 60 teams and organizations across North America who are currently benefiting from the FanSaves platform which offers fans more than 800 deals and discounts from affiliated brands, giving businesses a new way to market and promote their products and services while tracking analytics.

“At FanSaves, we’re so excited to be partnered with the Wildcats so that we can help their fans and their season ticket holders connect with local businesses who sponsor the team all year long. Even on non-game days and in the off-season, people can get awesome deals just for being a fan,” said FanSaves CEO, Shannon Ferguson.

As technology continues to have a growing impact on the sponsorship industry, the Wildcats are excited to be at the cutting edge of it while also promoting local shopping, as well as activating and engaging their fan base in a new way.

Fans, locals and visitors to the area can download the app or sign up for a free account at www.fansaves.com. They can then follow the Wildcats FanPage and immediately receive free access to tons of great, local deals. Season ticket holders can unlock even better deals with their Exclusive Access code, which they will receive through correspondence from the team.

The Wildcats are also gearing up for their Home Opener event, happening on Sunday, September 25th. Featuring live music, circus performers, bouncy castles inside AND outside, and even better, Wildcats hockey, the greatest show will not disappoint. Puck drop will be at 4. Doors will open at 2:30.

 

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