Tickets.com Continues State Fair Relationships

Tickets.com is
continuing its successful ticketing relationship with two of the country’s
largest state fairs, the Alaska and New Mexico State Fairs. With both
contract extensions, Tickets.com will provide ticket sales and
distribution for multiple events held during the fairs, which attract
hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Tickets can be purchased for
the Alaska and New Mexico State Fairs by logging onto
http://www.tickets.com/, or by calling 800-GR8-SEAT, 800-478-7328 or
800-905-3315. Information can also be obtained by calling the Alaska State
Fair box office directly at 907-746-7178 and the New Mexico State Fair box
office directly at 505-265-1791. “We chose Tickets.com again this year for all of our ticketing needs, and
the decision was based on the quality of service and support we receive
from them,” said Fred Peralta, general manager New Mexico State Fair.
“With thousands of people attending our fair each year, having a strong
ticketing partner is critical to our organization’s success.”

“State Fairs are a vital part of our communities, and we are pleased that
the Alaska and New Mexico State Fairs have elected to continue their
longstanding relationships with Tickets.com. Our dedication to delivering
the highest level of service to their customers will remain steadfast, and
we look forward to sharing in the success of each of these exciting
events.” stated Cole Gahagan, national director of services sales for
Tickets.com.

The Alaska State Fair, home to record setting giant vegetables, runs from
August 26th through September 6th, and is located in the Matanuska-Susitna
Valley. The New Mexico State Fair runs from September 2nd through the 19th
in the city of Albuquerque. In addition to the traditional exhibits and
competitions, the state fairs will feature multiple entertainment events
including concerts and rodeos.

“We have nine concerts during the Fair this year, and fairgoers like the
convenience of having their tickets in hand when they arrive,” said Dean
Phipps, marketing director Alaska State Fair.
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