tag: NCAA

December 4th, 2008


Short Codes Create Short Cuts for Fans

Because of the way the NCAA College World Series is set up as a double elimination, the event is fairly fluid and many fans come into Omaha without tickets hoping to get them on site.  As teams are eliminated, tickets are turned in and then available for sale.  Further, out-of-town fans are not familiar with Omaha and don’t know where to turn for information.  To make the event as simple as possible for fans to attend, Read More

December 3rd, 2008


CWSomaha.com is Series Central

While NCAA.com and other media sites do a tremendous job of covering the game action, the role of the College World Series site (www.cwsomaha.com) is to provide deeper information about event logistics, tickets and activities before and during the Series to those who plan to attend.
Filled with ticket and event schedule information, an FAQ section, parking and shuttle data, photo galleries, trivia polls, e-cards as well as other things to do in Omaha during the Series, Read More

December 3rd, 2008


The Greatest Show on Dirt

Morris Jacobs, one of our founders, was one of four Omaha businessmen to convince the NCAA to bring its men’s baseball tournament to the city in 1950. We’ve been involved in building the event ever since. And loved every minute of it.
Our job? To get the word out. To make sure those who plan to attend have all the information they need. To continuously promote the event in order to reach new prospects. Through a combination of advertising, Read More