Toyota Center Gets Wi-Fi
KENNEWICK, WA - To meet a top desire of patrons at the Toyota Center, both for Tri-City American's hockey games and other Toyota Center events, we are pleased to announce that starting September 30th there will be free wifi access. The complimentary Wi-Fi service, is courtesy of DevFuzion.Customer feedback has consistently expressed a desire for free Wi-Fi access at the Toyota Center and all parties are happy to bring this service to our patrons.Corey Pearson, Executive Director of the Three Rivers Campus said, "We are so excited to partner with Devfusion and make Wi-Fi available to all our guests at the Toyota Center. Every year we look to improve our fan's experience and this has been at the top of our list so we are happy to be able to offer it this season."
"It is our feeling that Tri-City Americans games will be more entertaining and we will increase fan engagement with free Wi-Fi," Bob Tory, Americans' Governor and General Manager, said.
Statement from Devfuzion
Devfuzion announces partnership with the Toyota Center and launches a whole new way for audiences to connect with their community and the world.
"As part of the Toyota Center's longstanding goal to bring the world to the Tri-Cities, we are proud to announce that all visitors of their world class entertainment, sporting events, conventions, and more can now connect to free WIFI onsite!" said Jeremy Karmy, Devfuzion's Lead Infrastructure Architect.
Thanks to the help of Devfuzion IT & Marketing, the Toyota Center has been able to create an outstanding network to enhance the audience's experience and connect viewers of any of their concerts, hockey games, and other incredible events to complimentary, high speed, wireless internet. "The Toyota Center has always aimed to host events worth sharing for our local community and now, we've made their sharing experience easier than ever before!"
Building a system to serve the Toyota Center's thousands of annual visitors was no easy task, but it was certainly a necessary one. Audiences today expect more from their social activities; they want to share their experience with friends and family, and they want to be able to communicate with them in real time. Devfuzion and the Toyota Center are excited to provide solutions that will allow visitors to get just that, and to bring in a fresh way for the Tri-City community and its patrons to share and connect in their business, recreational, and entertainment encounters.
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