Golden State Warriors ink new sponsorship deal with DoorDash

In this partnership, DoorDash logo will also be displayed all across Chase Center, along with LED signs and on-site signals.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) reigning champion, Golden State Warriors, has inked a new multiyear sponsorship agreement with the food delivery service provider, DoorDash.

The arrangement will enable fans visiting Warriors games at the San Francisco Chase Center to get in-arena food and drinks via the DoorDash mobile app, making the Warriors one of the initial NBA locations to do so.

Warriors Executive Vice President, Mike Kitts, commented, “We are honored to partner with DoorDash to elevate the food and beverage experience for fans at Chase Center and in the Bay Area. Chase Center will be one of the first NBA venues to offer fans the ability to order food and beverage through DoorDash. This is the beginning of a multi-faceted partnership that will redefine the food and beverage experience both in-arena and for Dub Nation around the Bay Area.”

Subscribers to DoorDash’s membership programme, DashPass, who live in the California Bay Area will be qualified for “Golden Gamedays,” where they can join to win a “Warrior for a Day” experience. These enthusiasts may further win the experience by accessing the code “GOLDEN” on eligible DoorDash purchases. The experience includes tailored jerseys, an on-court skills health centre, and more.

Furthermore, DoorDash is giving away tickets to DashPass members for select Warriors home games. This will commence with the team’s first home match on October 18. In this partnership, DoorDash logo will also be displayed all across Chase Center, along with LED signs and on-site signals.

Vanessa Carr, DoorDash, Senior Director, Partnerships, said, “We’re thrilled to be an official partner of the Warriors, an organization that’s truly committed to making an impact both on and off the court. We look forward to working together to meaningfully accelerate our shared values, uplifting our shared hometown of the Bay Area community and championing hometown pride as we work together to bring the best of the neighborhood to fans.”

Warriors General Manager, Bob Myers, said, “I know what the numbers are. I cannot evaluate what we are going to do next season until we see what happens this season. I just know this: There’s a huge commitment to winning. There always has been, and I believe there always will be. I am lucky to be in an [ownership] group that believes that. Their actions prove it.”

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