SEAT, the sports and entertainment industry’s go-to premium seating publication, published a comprehensive piece on Turnkey’s Surveyor Network in the Summer 2015 issue of SEAT. The article, by Turnkey’s Emily Huddell, broke down key Network findings including:

  • Net Promoter Score trends by league, facility type, ticket holder type and more.
  • A case study of the University of Washington, which used Network data to implement multiple new plan holder retention mechanisms, including the creation of a service department and an incentivized early renewal program.
  • An analysis of ticket plan holder demographics (specifically “traditional” plan holders vs. premium plan holders).
  • An explanation of a newly emerging service factor that has a significant impact on plan holder satisfaction and renewal.
  • A spotlight feature on two NCAA teams who bucked the trend with regard to fan satisfaction.

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