The fourth office is a satellite location located less than a mile from the UConn campus. The new office is in partnership with Weichert Four Corners Realtors, and is located in the Holiday Mall on Route 195, the main artery to campus. Like the East Hartford location at the Ramada Inn, this will be a game day office that will open two hours prior to tip-off of UConn men’s and women’s basketball games at Gampel Pavilion. EasySeat President, David Evans, said “This new partnership allows us to provide UConn basketball fans with the same convenient last minute pickup options that are available for UConn football and shows at the Comcast Theater.”
In spite of intense competition from a number of key national players in the Connecticut resale ticket market, things are really looking up for the 8-year-old company. “Adding locations where our customers are attending events just makes sense”, said Evans, of his unique business model.
A unique business model, a new branding and advertising initiative, and a new website are setting EasySeat tickets apart and helping to fuel its growth “in Connecticut and other cool places,” as the ads say.
EasySeat was founded in 2005, and is a reseller of premium and hard-to-find tickets to events in and around the State of Connecticut, and across the country. EasySeat buys and sells tickets to sports, concert, and theater events of all kinds, but specializes in UConn Huskies, events at Comcast Theater (formerly Meadows), Mohegan Sun Arena, and the XL Center. “We’