San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
ExtremeTix is helping a museum of classic cars to stay modern via the internet. After 24 years in business, California’s famed Blackhawk Museum is making online ticketing available to its patrons for the first time through a multi-year deal with online ticket seller ExtremeTix.com. The partnership is expected to help Blackhawk Museum to build its audience and sell even more tickets.
“ExtremeTix is a leader in motorsports related events and looks forward to helping the Museum market their various exhibits and sell advance tickets,” says ExtremeTix’s Client Services Director Amy Pelzl. Online ticketing will offer convenience and purchase availability to anyone in the world planning a trip to the museum.
The Blackhawk Automotive Museum was founded in 1988 and is best known for its impressive collection of classic cars. It joins other car-related ExtremeTix clients such as Petersen Automotive Museum, Goodguys Rod & Custom Association and Hollywood Star Cars Museum. Tickets can be purchased online and are good for any day the museum is open; prices range from $7 to $10.
About The Blackhawk Automotive Museum
The Blackhawk Museum, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation, was established to ensure that significant automotive treasures blending art, technology, culture and history would be exhibited for public enjoyment and educational enrichment. The Museum showcases a collection of 90 historically significant, artistically inspired, and mostly one-of-a-kind automobiles in a spectacular 100,000 square foot architectural masterpiece.
ExtremeTix began in 1999 as a pioneer in the field of online ticketing and has expanded to offer a full suite of ticketing solutions including box office and event services. ExtremeTix supports events and venues throughout the US and Canada including concerts, festivals, sporting events, air shows, theatres, motorsports, fairs and more. To discover what ExtremeTix can do for you, visit http://www.ExtremeTix.com.