Seat Biz Affiliate Program Announced by the ABA. Generate Income with Seats.

Mar 25, 2020

Seat Biz affiliate program announced by the American Basketball Association (ABA). Watch the game, or get paid. It’s a win, win with this sports & entertainment venue seating opportunity.


Indianapolis, IN. The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that it has launched SEAT BIZ, a sports & event arena seat purchase affiliate program designed to provide fans the opportunity to own seats in sports and entertainment venues and receive revenue everytime the seat is sold - event after event - year after year. "The ABA has just announced ABA Sports Realty Group whose mission it will be to acquire vacant big box stores, vacant warehouses, distribution centers and shopping centers and convert them into 2500-seat venues that will house ABA games as well as concerts, other sports like wrestling, boxing, MMA, motocross and youth, high school and college sports of all types," stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. "SEAT BIZ is like owning a gumball machine or ATM machine, except that there is no labor, no inventory, no maintenance required. This is an opportunity unlike anything ever offered to a sports and entertainment fan." For more information, visit or email Joe Newman at [email protected].

The ABA is the largest professional sports league in the US with over 175 teams that will begin play again in November. It is also the most diversified professional sports league ever with 75% of its teams owned by African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians and women. The ABA also includes the WABA, ABA Australia, ABA Mexico and ABA Summer League. All ABA games are fan-friendly and affordable and teams feature former NBA players, Div 1 & 2 NCAA players as well as international players. The ABA's motto is "More than Just a Game," as each team works to help improve the quality of life in its community with special emphasis on youth. All events at these venues will be affordably priced well under standard entertainment rates. It is also easier to own and operate an ABA team than any other. Learn more about the ABA here -

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