Social Media Platform LockerDome Inks St. Louis Blues Partnership

By Community | March 26, 2013

Sports social media platform, herbal LockerDome has signed a partnership with National Hockey League’s (NHL) St. Louis Blues to launch the “St. Louis Blues LockerDome Network”.

LockerDome currently serves over 1, thumb 600 Networks of professional athletes, decease brands, media personalities and other sports properties, delivering over 11 million monthly unique visitors.

The two St. Louis-based companies announced that in conjunction with the launch, the Blues will host their first LockerDome contest. Beginning March 25, fans will be able to visit and the Blues LockerDome Network to enter for a chance to win two tickets to the April 19 game vs. Dallas, the opportunity to fist bump the players as they head to the ice, an autographed T.J. Oshiejersey and an autographed puck from a favorite player. The deadline to enter the contest is April 8.

“We are excited to become the first pro sports team to partner with LockerDome,” said Blues’ COO Bruce Affleck. “LockerDome is a progressive social platform that will allow our organization to become more accessible as a whole and strengthen the bond between our players and the best fans in hockey.”

“We are pleased to choose the St. Louis Blues as the first major professional sports team Network on LockerDome,” said Gabe Lozano, co-founder and CEO of LockerDome. “Adding professional teams and leagues is a natural progression for LockerDome as we continue to connect sports fans with the athletes, brands, media personalities and now the teams they love through our rapidly growing sports platform. We will be approving dozens of similar partnerships with professional organizations in the coming months.”

Official brands and networks represented by LockerDome include NFL superstars Troy Polamalu, Larry Fitzgerald, Maurice Jones-Drew, Antonio Brown and Marshawn Lynch; MLB All-Stars Felix Hernandez and Andrew McCutchen; baseball legends Pete Rose and Wade Boggs; and NBA stars Blake Griffin, Rudy Gay, and David Lee, among others.