The NCAA and On Location have renewed a partnership that has lasted more than a decade, extending a multiyear deal as the collegiate athletics governing body’s official ticket and hospitality provider.
“The NCAA is thrilled to announce the continuation of our partnership with On Location,” said Chris Termini, NCAA managing director of championship external operations. “Since its inception, this collaboration has enriched the NCAA’s events with world-class hospitality, elevating the experience for fans, student-athletes and member schools alike. We are eager to build on our shared success and provide even more exceptional experiences in the future.”
NCAA and On Location first partnered in 2010 with the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. In the years since, the partnership has expanded to cover additional championships including women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, wrestling, the Men’s Frozen Four, and the Men’s and Women’s College World Series. On Location manages the NCAA’s championship transportation and lodging programs for teams and athletes.
“The NCAA fan experience is fantastic and our unique partnership creates a suite of products that elevate that experience into memories that will last a lifetime,” said Scott Jernigan, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at On Location. “The NCAA is a fantastic partner who is equally vested in this elevated experience, and the extension of our relationship is a testament to our long-standing track record of unlocking maximum value on a truly unique scale.”
On Location recently launched fan experience options for the 2024 NCAA Championships including men’s and women’s basketball, the men’s and women’s College World Series, men’s Frozen Four and women’s volleyball. It also offers VIP experiences for college sports fans and has partnered with the NFL and the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games.