Charlotte, North Carolina, February 16th, 2024— TicketReturn, a prominent box office, online, and mobile ticketing technology company based in Charlotte, NC, is thrilled to announce a partnership with eight teams within The Old North State League. This partnership establishes TicketReturn as the official ticketing provider for the Sandhills Bogeys, Hope Mills Rockfish, Brunswick Surfin’ Turfs, Kinston Wingmen, Reidsville Luckies, River City Skippers, Pineville Porcupines, and the New Bern Southpaws.
The partnership will enable fans to easily purchase and manage tickets for an exciting lineup of baseball games throughout the season. TicketReturn’s user-friendly platform offers various features designed to enhance the ticket purchasing experience. Attendees will gain the convenience of purchasing tickets online, selecting their preferred seating, and receiving secure digital tickets directly on their smartphones.
Kyle Confer, Co-owner, commented, “We are really excited to partner with Ticket Return. The simplicity of their system for our employees and fans is very exciting for us. With Ticket Return being used in Minor League Baseball around North Carolina we can feel confident that this new partnership will lead to higher attendance and a streamlined process.”
This collaboration is set to transform the way fans experience baseball, ensuring that attending games is more accessible and enjoyable than ever before. Tickets for the upcoming season will be available on the TicketReturn website, offering fans an early opportunity to secure their seats for what promises to be an exhilarating season of baseball.
Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, TicketReturn is a prominent provider of box office and online ticketing services, catering to over 300 client venues and distributing more than 55 million tickets annually. Aside from being the leading ticketing service provider for Minor League Baseball (MiLB) in the U.S. and Canada, TicketReturn’s varied client venues include universities, motorsports, horse racing, theaters, and professional sports arenas, reflecting the user-friendliness and scalability of the platform.
About The Old North State League
The Old North State League started as a small dream between a Father and Son. The son a Professional Baseball Player grinding his way through independent minor league baseball, and the Dad his biggest supporter and entrepreneur. Alec Allred phoned his Dad, Reggie Allred, in late summer of 2018, on his way home to North Carolina from his team in Michigan. What started as a talking point to pass the time on the 10-hour car ride, soon transformed into one of the largest Summer Collegiate Baseball Leagues in the United States, and the creation of national plan to unite all college summer baseball leagues.
In March of 2023, the Old North State League signed an agreement to become the first Partner League of The Players League. Coined the “League of Leagues”, The Players League was established to unite college summer baseball leagues around the country for the better of the player.