By Pittsburgh Present Workers
It took hockey, faculty wrestling, professional wrestling, Kiss and Mickey Mouse, however PPG Paints enviornment put extra butts in seats in March than another month within the venue’s nine-year historical past.
“I can’t let you know how proud I’m of our employees and the constructing for facilitating that many occasions in a single month, and for serving so many followers,” mentioned Gary Desjardins, common supervisor of PPG Paints Enviornment for AEG Services in a press launch. “That features ARAMARK, which does a unbelievable job, and it additionally contains the efforts of plenty of part-time ticket takers, ushers, and different staff who’re so necessary to our operation. And the suggestions from each the individuals and followers was overwhelming.”
Greater than 350,000 patrons confirmed up for 26 occasions in 31 days. Along with eight sold-out Pittsburgh Penguins video games, the world hosted 18 different occasions in March that drew a mixed attendance of 208,376. That included six classes of the NCAA Wrestling Championships and 7 exhibits of Disney on Ice.
Different occasions on the enviornment in March included live shows by KISS, Alabama, Mumford & Sons and the Casting Crowns, in addition to WWE Uncooked.
From PPG Enviornment’s press launch:
NCAA Wrestling concerned greater than 300 athletes from 70 colleges and drew followers from across the nation. “And so they used each inch of the constructing,” Desjardins mentioned. “It was an ideal occasion all-around and highlighted our partnerships with VisitPittsburgh and the College of Pittsburgh.”
PPG Paints Enviornment has develop into a daily cease for NCAA championship occasions. The world will host the NCAA Girls’s Volleyball Championships in December, in addition to the Frozen 4 in 2021 and the primary and second rounds of Males’s Basketball in 2022.
“It’s nice to see PPG Paints Enviornment persevering with to satisfy its promise by attracting so many various occasions for the individuals of our area,” mentioned David Morehouse, president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Penguins. “We thank Gary and his employees at AEG for doing such a persistently first-class job – even once they have 26 occasions in 31 days, an incredible workload.”