Devils Generals: “Thank you for your support”

The New Jersey Devils Army Generals would like to thank everyone for their continued support. We will continue to bring you fun and exciting conversations, information and Devils’ relevant news. We are still in our infancy and we are learning new things every day. We would like to remind everyone to give us feedback and ideas this way we can continue to make your fan experience better. We want the fans experience surround the New Jersey Devils to be one that everyone around the NHL is always talking about. We want to bring this community together under Devils Army and show our state, our team and the entire country how devoted Jersey fans are.

Since our inception, we have gained over a thousand followers on Twitter and have helped increase @NHLDevils followers to over 25,000. The Devils Facebook count has increased to over 168,000 . Our #Devils1stGoal suggestions have created a lot of buzz and fun for fans during game days. We have hundreds of guesses each game now including guess from NHL celebrities such as Tom Chorske (@hockeylogic) and other popular Twitter users. Our conversations with fans created the stress puck giveaway. A fan suggested this to the us and the team followed through. We want to continue to share our passion for the devils and help fans to be involved with events surrounding our New Jersey Team.

We have gave the fans discounted tickets and other prizes because of our access to the Devils Organization. The stands have been filled and the excitement has been great at the games. The Devils organization fully supports and helps us to achieve the ideas we and the fans bring to them.

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Posted on April 25, 2011, in Devils Army, Devils Army Generals, Devils TweetUp, Fan Fest, New Jersey Devils, New Jersey Devils Fans, NHLtweetup, Prudential Center, Season Tickets, Social Media, The Rock, Uncategorized, Win and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for all your hard work. I went to the last game of the season and had a blast. I will be back for the Draft Party (3.6 pct!) and I cannot wait for 2011. That day got me thinking about how fan bases are built. I continue to believe that the off-ice experience as a collective is hugely important. In that vein, I wrote a bunch of things down and I would really love it if you took a look and/or might show this to some Devils execs. Perhaps some of these ideas might have merit…

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