Erin Andrews and StubHub Celebrate Female Sports Fans, Launching Girl’s Night Out Program to Benefit TAPS
By: eBay Inc. Staff
StubHub to Donate Proceeds from Selected Autumn Sporting Events; Gives Women Opportunity to Win VIP “Girl’s Night Out” Experiences
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, today announced that it has teamed up with Erin Andrews in support of its new national charity program, Girl’s Night Out, which encourages women to celebrate their love of sporting events and gives them an opportunity to win tickets to attend a game with their friends. A portion of proceeds from all ticket sales to the designated events will be donated to supporting Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing ongoing emotional help, hope, and healing to all who are grieving the death of a loved one in military service to America.
“StubHub's Girl's Night Out program is a great way for women to show their team spirit this fall”
"StubHub's Girl's Night Out program is a great way for women to show their team spirit this fall," said Erin Andrews. "I chose to work with StubHub on this because I know firsthand that many women are just as fanatical about going to games as men, and what better way to showcase that than being at a stadium with your friends and supporting such a great cause too."
Girl’s Night Out follows StubHub’s successful Mom’s Night Out initiative, which raised more than $250,000 for Adopt-A-Classroom. This new program launches as the company releases stats from Wakefield Research that find three in five women (59 percent) regularly follow at least one sport, with football as the top sport that gets girls to show their team pride. Over one-third (35 percent) of women would rather go to a game with their girlfriends than stay home and watch it with their significant other. The survey also discovered that one in five (20 percent) women say they know more than their significant other does about sports.
“Since I’m a huge sports fan myself, it’s no surprise to see our new stats confirm what we already suspected, which is that women are just as fanatical about sports as men are,” said Danielle Maged, Head of Partnerships and Business Development for StubHub. “We are happy to promote women’s love of the game, while also showing them how easy it is to use StubHub as a reliable, convenient source for their tickets, regardless of which team they support.”
In addition to donating a portion of the proceeds from Girl’s Night Out events, StubHub is also offering women a chance to enter to win a VIP experience for themselves and their friends to fun fall sporting events. Female fans can go to the Girl’s Night Out microsite to enter, sharing in 50-words or less and submitting a fan photo to show why they deserve a Girl’s Night Out.
StubHub is the “go to” source for live entertainment event tickets for millions of fans across North America. Fans rely on StubHub to safely and conveniently find the seats they want at the events they want to attend. Each ticket is backed by StubHub’s FanProtect Guarantee and award-winning customer service. For instant access, StubHub.com is also available as an iPhone, Android or Windows app on your smart phone. To find a complete list of scheduled Girl’s Night Out events, go to StubHub.com.
StubHub is the world's largest ticket marketplace, enabling fans to buy and sell tickets to tens of thousands of sports, concert, theater and other live entertainment events. StubHub reinvented the ticket resale market in 2000 and continues to lead it through innovation. The company's unique online marketplace, dedicated solely to tickets, provides all fans the choice to buy or sell their tickets in a safe, convenient and highly reliable environment. All transactions are processed and delivered by StubHub and backed by the company's FanProtect Guarantee(TM). Company partners include the New York Yankees, University of Texas, and FedExField, along with nearly 60 teams in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NCAA, complemented with companies such as ESPN and AOL.