SuiteHop: Press & Media
News, media coverage, press releases, and interviews.
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The leadership team that’s innovating the suite life
ColoradoBiz Magazine - May 10, 2017
Denver-based SuiteHop takes a fresh approach to bring efficiency and transparency to luxury entertainment. SuiteHop serves as an experience concierge to help consumers navigate the ins and outs of suites, helping bring suite availability, details and pricing online for the first time.Read more on ColoradoBiz.
Top-end Super Bowl Sales Idling
ESPN - January 29, 2016
The market may have bottomed out Friday morning for suites at Levi's Stadium for Super Bowl 50. SuiteHop, a sports luxury box marketplace based in Denver, listed one suite for the game at $150,000. That's the lowest price site founder Todd Lindenbaum recalls seeing a Super Bowl suite sell for.Read more on ESPN.
Helping Fans Enjoy the Suite Life
CNBC - April 15, 2015
One entrepreneur is offering fans a ticket to those coveted luxury suites. Watch Lindenbaum pitch his start-up in just 60 seconds on CNBC’s Power Pitch.Watch the video.
Top 10 Gifts the Wealthy are Giving
TIME - November 30, 2015
Why give a gift when you can give an experience? Luckily for those who prefer to give such gifts, there are options like SuiteHop.Read more on Time.
The Cheat Suite: One-Off Luxury Box Rental. It’s a Thing Now.Urban Daddy - January 23, 2015
Proceed directly to living the dream with SuiteHop, a new service that lets you book luxury suites at venues for one-off games and concerts instead of booking the whole season (like they made you do before this thing was born), online now.Read more on Urban Daddy.
New Service Enables Fans To Directly Book Luxury SuitesForbes - October 28, 2014
“SuiteHop has tackled an issue that no one has before,” said CEO Todd Lindenbaum. “We’ve built phenomenal relationships with teams, venues and suite owners that are willing to make their suites available to a broader universe of businesses and individuals through our online marketplace.”Read more on Forbes.
Suite Rental Companies Make Premium Sports Experiences More AttainableLos Angeles Times - July 20, 2015
For years, luxury seating could be acquired only by paying premium prices and signing long-term leases. Stadium suites were largely the realm of big business, which used the facilities to entertain well-heeled clients and reward high-producing employees.Read more on L.A. Times.