USA Luge and Bucket List Events have extended a partnership that started in 2008 until after the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, they have announced.
Bucket List Events is the official travel agency of USA Luge and has helped families and supporters travel to major events around the world, including the Winter Olympic Games at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and Pyeongchang 2018.
They also organise trips to the World Championships and World Cup events.
"We are honoured to extend our relationship with USA Luge," Bucket List Events chief executive Brian Peters said.
"Bucket List Events has always been about the friends and family of the programme.
"We strive to provide a service that will promote the sport and spread the passion displayed by the incredible athletes and staff at USA Luge.
"After another banner year for the team, we are focused on contributing to future success on and off the track."
The two partners collaborated recently on a giveaway for two to the 2019 World Championships in Winterberg in Germany, where Emily Sweeney won a bronze medal.
Other such contests will feature a return trip to Sochi for the 2020 World Championships, the 2021 World Championships in Calgary and Beijing 2022.
As part of the continuing relationship, the Austin-based Bucket List will retain use of the USA Luge logo and marks in its promotional materials; have access to the team's library of photos and videos; will receive a quantity of VIP and general admission tickets to all international luge events in the United States; will have the ability to produce co-branded apparel; and may attend the annual USA Luge Executive Summit, a meeting of key decision-makers in the team's family of sponsors and suppliers.
"It's important for USA Luge to have a reliable partner that helps our supporters travel to and from events comfortably and in an organised manner," Gordy Sheer, USA Luge director of marketing and sponsorships and an Olympic silver medalist, said.
"Bucket List Events not only removes that duty from our staff, but always gives us confidence that our fans will receive gold medal service."