TOP WAYS TO USE YOUR SEASON TICKETS
Reward for service recognition by a customer.
Give them to employees who schedule the most appointments in-house.
Invite a customer who hasn't ordered or done business with you recently.
Thank volunteers for all that they do.
Improve communications with key co-workers.
Help part-time workers feel more like part of the organization.
Reward suppliers and vendors who help you meet your deadline.
Take a loyal customer for his or her birthday.
Run a sales contest and reward the winner with tickets.
Boost your own career potential by networking (it's not what you know, it's who you know).
Give tickets to the person who came in earliest.
Offer them to someone who has given you helpful business advice.
Have a drawing at work and give them to a lucky employee.
Thank your neighbor who takes care of your pets, gets your mail, etc.
Give them to your child's teacher as a thank you for their help.
Give thanks to your family and friends by taking them to a game.
Enhance relationships with those in a position to recommend you or refer your business.
Take a potential customer and close a sale at the arena.
Take a long-term customer to say "thanks."
Take one of your smaller accounts and try to enhance their business with you.
Reward a customer who gave you a referral.
Employee who comes up with a savings suggestion.
Reward for on-time delivery.
Accident-free inside the shop.
Win back a customer who had a problem or a complaint with your company.
Thank a customer who praised your company.
Take someone who does business with the competitor.
Thank a new customer for their business.
Package them in with a product to promote sales (you must work with the team on this).
Give to charity and use it as a tax write-off.
Say "thanks" to a retiring officer or employee.
Welcome a new employee to the company.
Give to a relative.
Offer to your accountant/lawyer who has done a great job.
Congratulate a recent employee.
Give to the person making the most additional sales.
Give them to your secretary or assistant on Secretary's Day.
Give them to a manager whose department exceeded its goals.
Enjoy a Valentine's treat by taking someone special to a game.
Give them to a front-line person who appeased an angry customer.
Put a smile on an employee's face that is having a rough time.
Give to a business person or person whom you owe a favor.
Show your appreciation to a company intern.
Offer your tickets to a service person from another company who has "taken care of you."
Send your co-workers/subordinates to a game together, with a meeting over dinner.
Treat a friend to an evening of entertainment on their birthday.
Give tickets to the rep of another company who enables you to service your customers well.
Give to an employee who doesn't get commission to boost morale.
Give to a representative on your local school board or union for goodwill.
Give to an employee who left the latest last night.
Offer to someone who always gives you great service.
Reward an employee for making the most appointments out of the office.
Use to thank new customers.
Offer to a customer for the holiday.
Give to your office cleaning crew as a thank you.
Use as raffle gifts.
Give to potential vendors to enhance your business relationships.
Give to an employee who generates the most amount of new business.
Give to your payroll department.
Give to an employee who has worked the most overtime.
Reward a department that hits their quota for the week or month.
Give to outside training service.
Give them to an employee who correctly filled the most orders.
Give to the employee who made the most sales calls for a particular day.
Give to a team you sponsor.
Give to members of a club you are in (Lion's Club, Kiwanis, etc.).
Use as an auction item.
Give to an employee on his or her birthday.
Use for trade opportunities.
Give to an employee or customer who has been sick as a "get well soon."
Give to your customer service department.
Give them to your drivers for being on time.
Give them to your security guards.
Donate to your church.
Give to restaurants that you frequent with clients or family members.
Give to a prospective employee who might be coming to town and looking for something to do.
Congratulate an employee who exceeded his or her duties.
Congratulate an employee for hitting his or her yearly goal.
Offer to your babysitter as a thank you.
Give to a customer who makes timely payments or pays in full.
Give to an employee who is most punctual.
Give to your mechanic, landscaper, dentist, doctor etc...
Give to Boys and Girls Club or YMCA.
Give to an employee who makes the most cold calls in one day.
Give to an employee who renews the most accounts.
Use as a Christmas stocking stuffer.
Hey, "It's a GREAT TIME OUT!", use them yourself.