Vegas.com Press Releases
BE A VEGAS.COM VIP -- Sold-out Seats, Not a Problem at VEGAS.com
Las Vegas, Nevada...April 24, 2002. VEGAS.com, the most comprehensive website for the most entertaining city in the world, announces the VEGAS.com VIP. The VIP program offers access to hot concerts, live performances and major sporting events to VEGAS.com customers and registered users. Beginning at major venues in Los Angeles and Southern California this week, with a national roll out to major markets throughout the country, VEGAS.com VIPS will have access to the best seats in the house - even in their hometown areas.
With access to hard to score tickets to the most sought-after events throughout the U.S, VEGAS.com is "the go to guy" for the best entertainment. Already the source for booking entertainment in Vegas, VEGAS.com takes a major step forward for its VIPs, enhancing its clout with the inside track for tickets to events outside the city.
VIP status is easy to obtain and available to everyone. Individuals who book travel through VEGAS.com, or simply register at Vegas.com automatically become VIPs. Tickets to major sporting and entertainment events are part of VIP packages, which may include dinner for two at a top restaurant, a limo, a hotel room in Vegas or other fun experiences in major U.S. markets. VIP status increases with each purchase on the site, with benefits including preferred access to tickets and better seat locations. "We monitor VIPs use of the site, and are prepared to spoil them rotten for their patronage," said Howard Lefkowitz, President of VEGAS.com. "The more interaction a customer has with VEGAS.com, the greater the benefits," he continued. Interaction can range from purchasing a room package to entering a promotion to simply using the site.
VEGAS.com VIPS will enjoy the perks of elevated status in Los Angeles and Southern California, where VEGAS.com is all over the entertainment and sports scene with tickets to events at the Universal Amphitheatre, Coors Amphitheatre, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Blockbuster Pavilion and Staples Center.
Contact: Pamela Johnston