NATB Members Supporting Their Communities

BestTickets // San Antonio, TX

March 18, 2021

BestTickets has donated tickets to the children in the care of BCFS- Health Human Services for years. No matter who is playing, whether it’s the San Antonio Spurs, Mission baseball game, a San Antonio Scorpions, or any sporting event at the Alamo Dome, they will call me and say, “Hey, we are sending some tickets your way.” Beyond just tickets, BestSeats owner Jerome Choen has remained a constant champion of these children and advocates for them across the community.

ACE TICKET // Boston, MA

December 21, 2020

In the times when fans could not attend live events, Ace Ticket found a different way to still support the Ronald McDonald House. After visiting their local houses’ website they found “wishlists” of things the House can always use and need to help support their families. Coffee K-Cups was one of their wishlist items so Ace Tickets went out and brought them 500 K-Cups! They were delivered right before Christmas and they were very appreciative!

ACE TICKET // Boston, MA

December 2, 2020

Ace Ticket CEO James Holzman presented the City with a $10,000 donation to the Boston Centers for Youth & Families. This has grown to become a yearly tradition between the City of Boston and Ace Ticket, dating back more than a decade. Mayor Martin Walsh accepted the donation in the Eagle Room of Boston City Hall along with BCYF Commissioner William Morales, center, and Eddie McGuire, right, Director of the Office of Neighborhood Services.

BestTickets // San Antonio, TX

February, 2020

BestTickets and its founder Jerome Cohen have been ardent supporters of the youth in the San Antonio area. In 2020, Best Tickets stepped up and bid on several animals at the San Antonio Junior Livestock Auction. BestTickets’ winning bids provide young people with funds to continue their education, learn more about agriculture, and continue raising livestock for future auctions.

VegasTickets // Las Vegas, NV

June 7, 2018

After scammers took advantage of two Marines with a fake Memorial Day deal on Stanley Cup Final tickets, VegasTickets reached out to the two servicemen and offered them replacement tickets. Rodger Jones, the owner of VegasTickets, said, “Giving back is a part of our core values, so we wanted to do anything we could.” One of the Marines, Cpl. Tyler Pratt said it reminded him that “there are good people out there, and for that, we’re very grateful.”

VegasTickets // Las Vegas, NV

February 28, 2018

In a fundraiser for the American Lung Association, VegasTickets owner Rodger Jones climbed the 108-floors of the world-famous Stratosphere Hotel & Casino. Jones summited the tower’s 1,455 stairs- from the ground to the observation deck, and raised a record-setting $18,779 for the ALA.

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