Idaho Stampede Announces Partnership With Groupmatics

By Jesse Robbins | October 27, 2015


Idaho Stampede Announce Partnership with Groupmatics


BOISE, ID – The Idaho Stampede announced today a new partnership with Groupmatics to enhance the team’s sales efforts. The Stampede are one of four NBA D-League teams to partner with the innovative sales leader.

“Being able to provide an efficient and easy online point of sale system for our group ticket buyers is exactly what our fans have been asking for and Groupmatics is the perfect fit to fill that void,” said Stampede team President Steve Brandes.

As a web-based platform, Groupmatics helps improve the user experience for fans, while also adding value to sports teams and entertainment venues. With Groupmatics, group leaders for Stampede games will now be able to utilize Internet-based ticket transactions and have the ability to promote and manage their large groups online.

“Groupmatics is extremely excited to partner with the Stampede,” Groupmatics Sales and Service manager Dan Badders said. “Our system aligns with their goals of making it fun and easy to bring a group out to a game.”


About the Idaho Stampede

Since 1997, the Idaho Stampede has been dedicated to impacting the community on and off the court. In 2002, the team started the Idaho Stampede Community Foundation which has donated over $1 million in goods, services and in-kind donations. The Stampede was named NBA D-League champions in 2008 and has sent numerous players and coaches to the NBA.  For season tickets call (208) 388-4667 or visit


About Groupmatics
Groupmatics makes group ticket sales remarkably fast and easy. In working with sports teams and entertainment venues, group leaders can now experience the convenience and power of Internet-based ticket transactions without the paperwork and headaches associated with the traditional group sales process.  For more information and to schedule a demo for your team or organization, please contact the Groupmatics Sales Manager Dan Badders at or by calling 216.315.0048.