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TicketLeap rebranding, relaunches with mobile box office, analytics for event organizers

TicketLeap is all shiny and new. Founded in Philly in 2003 by Chris Stanchak, the Center City-based online ticketing site has just re-launched with a new site, featuring a complete re-branding and additional features for both ticket buyers and sellers. The company’s even got a new logo (the leaping frog is no more). VISIT THE […]

TicketLeap is all shiny and new.

Founded in Philly in 2003 by Chris Stanchak, the Center City-based online ticketing site has just re-launched with a new site, featuring a complete re-branding and additional features for both ticket buyers and sellers. The company’s even got a new logo (the leaping frog is no more).

VISIT THE REBRANDED SITE HERE.

Sellers can now use TicketLeap’s “mobile box office,” with which they can check attendees in and sell tickets at the door. TicketLeap will also provide analytics, including a full report after the event.

On the new site, event-goers can play with interactive calendars, maps, online seating charts and of course, social media. You can now connect TicketLeap to your Twitter or Facebook and let your buddies know what show is next on the horizon.

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