From the New Voices Under 30: When I attend a sporting event, I want …

Ash Ainbinder: A cool in-app experience. One-stop shop for the entire fan journey.

Lonnie Anthony: A competitive game and I want to be as close to the action as possible.

Matt Aronson: Good seats, good food, and good company.

Dori Atkins: To enjoy the game and not have someone next to me who tries to coach from the sidelines.

Justin Casey: A cold beer, a hot dog, a decent seat, a loud crowd and a good game. Everything else is icing on the cake.

Jay Croucher: Memorable loudness.

Brianna Dawson: To watch my Atlanta teams win!

Kati Fernandez: To learn at least one new thing I wouldn’t have had I not been there.

Rebecca Friedman: My team to win.

Abbie Giffin: A beer, something fried and Dippin’ Dots.

Alexia Grevious: To see a great game. I have few team affiliations but I’m extremely competitive and love competition in general, so I want to watch to the very end.

Isaac Halyard: An excellent crowd, excellent food … and ideally to be able to read the names on the jerseys.

Kelly Hogan: To see a historic feat.

Matt Japko: To stay until the end of the game.

Ami Kumar: Friends, good seats, and good food.

Tatiana Lampley: To see a good contest no matter the outcome.

Matthew Levin: A close game, good company, and a win for my team!

Kat Marquez: To experience the home team’s traditions. Whether it’s chanting USC’s fight song with their marching band or watching the Milwaukee Brewers’ famous Racing Sausages, I love a long-standing franchise tradition.

Oliver Marvin: To be with others who are ready to engage with everything that event day has to offer, from exploring new concession stands to participating in all the chants. Leaving with a home team win is gravy.

Paul Mascali: To be in the bleachers at Yankee Stadium.

Riley Meek: A good seat and a margarita.

Katrina Palanca: The experience to be about more than the game.

David Picioski: A seamless experience.

Eric Robinson: To be surrounded by passionate fans that are locked into every moment.

Grace Senko: The underdog to win! (Unless a Boston sports team is playing.)

Sammy Smith: A good, competitive game. I’m pretty simple when it comes to that.

Carly Townsend: To look for atypical ways a venue or team may be driving revenue for inspiration.

Dominic Williams: To admire the work that went into the event and appreciate the little details others may not notice.

Scott Zanghellini: A new/different experience every time, and most importantly, I want to enjoy the experience among friends while seeing some good competition.

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