Archive for August, 2008

STT in the Vancouver Sun!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

Vanoc threatens to clamp down on unauthorized ticket sellers
August 9, 2008
Vancouver Sun

With the Beijing Olympics on everyone’s mind, VANOC reasserts their pledge that they will invalidate 2010 Winter Olympics tickets sold through independent ticket resellers. Mario Livich, of ShowTimeTickets.com, disagrees. “Tickets will make their way into the resale marketplace. There is nothing VANOC or anybody else can do about that.”

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Seahawks Season Set to Take Flight

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Seattle Seahawks tickets go on sale this week as the NFL’s jewel of the Pacific Northwest embarks on its 33rd season. Sporting the NFL’s second longest playoff appearance streak (2003- 2007) the Seahawks are aiming to get back to their form of the 2005 season when they represented the NFC playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL. Winning the Super Bowl this year would be a fitting tribute to the Seahawks coach, Mike Holmgren, who is in his final year of coaching the club.

With additions like former Dallas Cowboys running back Julius Jones, and Atlanta Falcon’s T.J. Duckett, the Seahawks have bolstered their offence with two solid running backs to complement one of the best defences in the league led by the Seahawk’s all-pro linebacker Lofa Tatupu.

You won’t want to miss your chance to be the famed “12th man” cheering with the throngs at Qwest Field – the NFL’s loudest stadium! Whether you’re sitting on the 50-yard line or up in the ‘HawksNest’ you can be a part of the game while you enjoy the grandeur of the Seattle skyline and surrounding mountains that serve as the backdrop to picturesque Qwest Field.

It’s sure to be an intensely competitive season ahead with visits from the new and improved St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals all leading up to a sure fire playoff teaser with the New England Patriots coming to Qwest on December 7.

So whether it’s the experience of attending a game at Qwest Field, cheering on the Seahawks to a 6th consecutive appearance in the playoffs, or to see visiting stars like Tom Brady, be sure to get your tickets soon, as the games are sure to sell-out quickly.

The pre-season begins on Saturday, August 16th with the Chicago Bears coming to play the Seahawks in a re-match their 2006 play-off match up. The home opener is on September 14th as the San Francisco 49ers make their way up the coast to take on the Seahawks.