The Williamsport Crosscutters have announced a partnership with LiveSource to utilize fan engagement in a mobile auction platform for the 2018 season. The Cutters will utilize the LiveSource mobile app to offer fans opportunities for their charitable jersey and cap auctions.
The LiveSource app will provide a better experience for fans bidding at the ballpark, as the entire process can be done via a smartphone or tablet. Fans who are not in attendance will the opportunity to bid through the app as well, eliminating the standard of in-person bidding. Payment, winning, bidding and delivery is all facilitated on mobile devices through the LiveSource app and website.
"We are excited about our new partnership with LiveSource," stated Gabe Sinicropi, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for the Williamsport Crosscutters. "LiveSource will make it easier and more convenient for fans to take part in our game-used jersey and cap auctions without leaving their seat. In addition, it will give fans from all over the country an opportunity to bid on these special items which we think will mean a larger donation to our charity partners. With the LiveSource app in place, we anticipate that we will offer Cutters fans more and varied auction opportunities in the future."
"We are thrilled to partner with the Crosscutters organization" says Scott F. Levin, CEO & Founder of LiveSource. We couldn't be more excited to help the organization increase auction sales and the excitement felt by their fans throughout the season. Get ready Williamsport fans, the Crosscutters can now unleash thrilling opportunities in a moment anytime through the LiveSource app."
The LiveSource software is simple and easy to use, and handles the entire sales process from posting to payment to arranging delivery.
The Crosscutters have charitable jersey auctions scheduled for July 22 (Law Enforcement Appreciation), July 29 (Military Appreciation) and August 9 (Cutters Throwback Jerseys). In addition, the team will auction off special Stars & Stripes caps on July 3.
Fans can download the app today for iOS in the App Store and Android on Google Play.
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