Hollywood, CA (Vocus) June 17, 2010
This new affiliation will allow the Hollywood Wax Museum to offer a simple and secure ticketing experience to customers, as well as significant on-line discounts with no additional ticketing fees. Customers can easily print their tickets at home and present them at the appropriate Hollywood Wax Museum box office. Due to proprietary technology from ExtremeTix, the Wax Museum will also offer a mobile ticketing option, allowing barcodes to be scanned at the box office directly from mobile phones.
Discount tickets for the Hollywood Wax Museum and package deals for other attractions are available online for the Branson, Hollywood and Gatlinburg locations. Customers who purchase on-line will receive additional value when they print their tickets at home through special offers and coupons at the bottom of each ticket.
With this new partnership, buying tickets for the Hollywood Wax Museum is easier and more affordable than ever. If you are looking for something exciting to do, there is no better place than the Hollywood Wax Museum… Come Play with the Stars!
About Hollywood Wax Museum
Founded in 1965, the Hollywood Wax Museum is the longest-running wax museum in the United States. Once you step inside one of our three locations in Hollywood, CA; Branson, MO; or Gatlinburg, TN you'll experience a backstage tour of the most famous screen scenes from movies and television and have the chance to step right into the spotlight with the stars. For more information, contact the Hollywood Wax Museum in Branson, Hollywood or Gatlinburg.
About ExtremeTix, Inc
ExtremeTix, Inc. is a privately owned corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas, that develops and markets web-based ticketing solutions for over 2,000 air shows, amusement parks, live music venues, museums, science centers, renaissance fairs, festivals, golf tournaments, and other sporting events each year. Since pioneering print-at-home technology in 1999, ExtremeTix has been a recognized leader in ticketing innovation. Clients include: National Hot Rod Association, PGA Tour, Raging Waters, Chicago Museum of Science & Industry, and the Miami Seaquarium.