Bring A Group…Raise Money!
When Quad City Storm owners, John Dawson and Ryan Mosley, decided to make the commitment to keep hockey in the Quad Cities, they knew this team had to make a difference in the community. They not only wanted to give back to the community, but wanted to support non-profits in a significant way. The results – a fundraising program for non-profits that uses Storm tickets to raise money and make it easy to do! It’s called FEVO – a ticketing program that creates a code that people share so that they can sit in the same section but pay for their own tickets. No more hard tickets to sell, no more headache for the group leader! The code has a landing page with the game information and any information that the non-profit would like. Then everyone shares the code via email, Facebook, Twitter and text with supporters, volunteers, sponsors, companies – and they share it with their friends and coworkers. Next thing you know your group is larger and you are raising more money than expected! After the game the Storm will write a check to the non-profit and everyone’s a winner. Easy peasy!
This program can also be used for companies to raise money for non-profits or just a company or group outing. For every $20 ticket sold the non-profit will receive $8 and for $15 tickets the non-profit keeps $5!
Scroll down to see all the groups that have used Storm games fundraisers and for more information call the Quad City Storm office at 309-277-1364 or email our Director of Business Development, Bobby Cassatt, at firstname.lastname@example.org