Frisco, TX - StadiumDrop, a pioneer of in-seat delivery and fan experience, had its first test run at one of the largest stadiums in the U.S. on May 29th, the Home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas. When reflecting on the event, the evening could be summed up in one simple phrase, StadiumDrop delivered.
Leading up to the soccer match between the Mexican National Team and Iceland, the executive team at StadiumDrop arrived early to place marketing cards in 9,000 seats, ensuring selected fans would have a chance to choose to enjoy the game without waiting in lines. Prior to that weekend, a lot of planning took place between StadiumDrop’s team and key players at the Home of the Dallas Cowboys. With such a vast and impressive venue, it was no surprise that the minds operating the stadium were top-notch when it came to integrating StadiumDrop.
Provided with ample space for StadiumDrop, runners were able to access orders quickly and efficiently, making the delivery process in this massive venue doable. StadiumDrop’s team of Game Day Managers, who currently support runners at OSU, Arkansas State, and minor league baseball teams like the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and the Amarillo Sod Poodles, were present to help with this initial test run.
All in all, StadiumDrop delivered. StadiumDrop’s deliveries proved that fans do want and will use in-seat delivery. What’s coming next? A second test run at the Home of the Dallas Cowboys is set for mid-July.