WICHITA, Kan. — The Sin Bin is excited to announce today a new partnership with DASH Auctions.
“A partnership between The Sin Bin and DASH makes perfect sense to us,” DASH founder Jonathan Hufnagel said. “DASH has thousands of hockey fans on our platform each month bidding on the most authentic hockey memorabilia items and gameday experiences from their favorites teams. With our mutual team partners, rabid fans, and engage audiences, marrying The Sin Bin and DASH was a no-brainer. I’m most excited for the fans and the teams they support.”
As part of the agreement, The Sin Bin will host several auctions on TheSinBin.net and The Sin Bin app. More information will be coming on those soon.
“We are extremely excited to begin a mutually beneficial and long-lasting partnership with DASH,” remarked Editor-in-Chief Matthew Harding. “Jonathan and his team have worked extremely hard to produce a product that is very easy for fans and teams to use. With our extensive writing team, we are excited to add some backstory behind these auctions and bring them to our expansive group of fans.”
DASH (Digital Auction Showdown) is a fan-experience platform designed to enhance a fan’s sporting experience before, during, and after a game by connecting sports teams with their fans through live, in-game auctions.
Auctions are an experience familiar to both sports teams and fans so there is no learning curve. The chance to win items directly from the game they are attending or experiences with their favorite player sets the stage for an ongoing, personalized relationship between the team and their fans. As the relationship grows between the team and fan, so does the DASH Fan Experience platform.
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