LOS ANGELES, Calif. (October 9, 2014) – The 2013-2014 Pacific Division champion Anaheim Ducks made some bold moves in the off-season, making them a prime playoff contender. And tickets to see this Cup-contending team are going to be scarce this season, so Mercury Insurance is going to provide a helping hand to Ducks fans. The company announced today that it’s giving away a limited number of tickets to Ducks fans who complete an online auto insurance quote.
The “Get a Quote, Get a Pair of Anaheim Ducks Tickets” promotion, which runs Oct. 9 to Dec. 13, marks Mercury’s first sponsorship deal with the Ducks. Fans who complete an online Mercury auto insurance quote at www.mercuryinsurance.com/Ducks will be emailed a code redeemable for two tickets to a Ducks game.
“There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the Ducks coming off of last season, when they had their best record since winning the Cup in 2007,” said Erik Thompson, Mercury advertising director. “We know Ducks fans are passionate about their team and we want to give them the chance to see them live and in-person while also saving them some money on their auto insurance.”
Besides its partnership with the Ducks, Mercury – one of California’s leading providers of auto and homeowners insurance– is a sponsor of the LA Dodgers, San Diego Padres, USC Trojans and LA Kings.
Mercury offers a wide variety of insurance products beyond auto insurance, including home, condo and renters insurance, as well as a complete line of business insurance products and mechanical breakdown protection.
ABOUT MERCURY INSURANCE (www.mercuryinsurance.com)
Mercury Insurance (MCY) is a multiple-line insurance organization predominantly offering personal automobile, homeowners and commercial insurance through a network of independent agents in Florida, Georgia, California, New Jersey, Arizona, New York, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Since 1962, Mercury has specialized in offering quality insurance at affordable prices – core values that distinguish Mercury in the marketplace.