Sky Blue FC Partners with Waterbucket Media

Waterbucket Media will focus on group sales for the 2011 Sky Blue FC season.
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Waterbucket Media to Focus on Group Tickets in Non-Traditional Soccer Markets

Sky Blue FC of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) has formally entered into a partnership with Waterbucket Media, joining the organization as its official ticket sales organization with a focus on non-traditional soccer markets. Based out of Easton, Pennsylvania, Waterbucket Media will target an increase in group sales for the 2011 season, with staff members working both out of the team office in Somerset in addition to its own base in Easton.

“I am excited about our partnership with Waterbucket Media,” Sky Blue FC President Thomas Hofstetter stated. “The company brings many years of experience and will help us to accomplish our goals.”

Founded by former National Lacrosse League (NLL) Commissioner Jim Jennings, who served in that role for nearly nine years, Waterbucket Media was started in January of 2009. With a focus on sales, business development and public relations, the company has been highly successful in helping its client base reach significant profit margins since its launch. Among the current list of groups that the company represents include the Ivy League, Major League Baseball (MLB) Alumni Association, International Management Group (IMG) Academy, Baseball Hall of Famers Reggie Jackson and Yogi Berra, as well as former Heavyweight World Champion Larry Holmes.

“We are excited and motivated to sell tickets for the best professional women’s soccer league in the world,” Jennings remarked. “Sky Blue FC operates as a model franchise in the front office, and it is a proven champion on the field. We look forward to selling and introducing more people in the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area to this great product.”

Sky Blue FC General Manager Gioia DiFlumeri also voiced her enthusiasm on the partnership.

“Waterbucket Media brings a wealth of knowledge in this industry to our organization,” she said. “We look forward to using their expertise to drive more spectators into our stadium, which will create an even greater game day atmosphere for our current fan base. We expect many positive results from this relationship and are very pleased to get the ball rolling with Waterbucket Media.”

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Next up for Sky Blue FC is a Saturday road pairing with the Atlanta Beat (0-1-0, 0 points), kicking off at 7:00 p.m. at KSU Stadium in Kennesaw, Georgia. The match will be the first of three consecutive games away from home for Sky Blue FC before returning to Yurcak Field on Saturday, May 21st, to host Atlanta at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for that contest are available now by calling 888-SBFC-TIX.

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