Classes For Just About Everything!
New York, New York (PRWEB) March 27, 2013
Vimbly (http://www.vimbly.com) announces the launch of a new category of activities, enabling people to easily find and book comedy shows in New York City. Along with the normal offering of activities, such as dance lessons, cooking classes, and rock climbing, this web platform offers shows from the top comedy clubs and improv theaters in New York City, which greatly expands the inventory of weekend activities offered.
“People in New York are so busy with work during the week that they rarely have time to research fun weekend date activities or group outings with friends,” says Sam Lundin, founder and CEO of Vimbly. “Vimbly solves this issue by offering hilarious improv shows and gut-wrenching stand-up comedy from top venues in New York.” Many of the shows are even offered late on Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights, allowing it to be the perfect addition to the planned group dinner.
Just like the food tours and fencing lessons already listed on Vimbly, every show on the platform is bookable. The Vimbly interface displays a curated list of improv and stand-up comedy with all pertinent information -- pricing, schedules, and availability -- easily accessible. The user can then book directly just by clicking on one of the time slots. Gone are the days of spending hours searching Google or waiting for a specific daily deal to pop up in your inbox, and exchanging countless emails/phone calls with the venue to find a time slot that works.
New York City has always had great comedy shows. However, never before were people able to find the right show and book it merely hours or minutes before the start time. With Vimbly, now you can. The new section is available at: http://www.vimbly.com/comedy-shows-nyc
Vimbly is a free site to find and book recreational activities. Founded in 2011, it eliminates hours of research when reserving pizza bus tours, mixology classes, exotic dream car races, and now comedy shows. More information available at http://www.vimbly.com/blog/the-three-wise-questions/