act 3 - Describe the ways you learned about and bought...

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· Describe the ways you learned about and bought tickets for a recent sporting event or musical concert and compare those with the ways you learned about and bought tickets for a recent theatrical performance. What does the difference illustrate about the two kinds of entertainment business? About a month and a half ago, I attended a music concert with three friends of mine. We learned about who would be playing by being sent a newsletter via email through various clubs we subscribe to on the internet. As soon as we found out, we called and bought our tickets to reserve our seats, because we knew they would go fast. Whereas the last theatre I went to, I bought the tickets for it roughly a week in advance and still had my choice of 3-4 different sections of where to sit. I suppose this would lead one to believe there is more demand for music concerts rather than theatre. Of course, this could also just mean that the venue hosting the music concert is far better known. Theatre on something like Broadway probably sells just as fast if not faster
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2008 for the course THE 103 taught by Professor Steele during the Fall '06 term at Mt. Wachusett.

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