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On May 25, Google released an Economic Impact Report, representing the first time that they have tried to publicly estimate their economic impact on US businesses.
The 62 page report highlights one company per state, and TicketBiscuit was chosen to represent Alabama! A page in the report is dedicated to what we do, why we’re good at it, and also discusses the impact of AdWords, Google’s easy-to-use online advertising program, on TicketBiscuit’s success.
We also got a call from Alabama Public Radio, who interviewed us about being included in this important report. This interview aired on Wednesday, May 26th. Check out the video below. .
Check out the Google blog post about the report here:
This is the actual report—we’re on page 9:
This is the direct link to our page in the report:
Here is the YouTube video of the APR interview:
You may know him as JJ Evans from the TV Hit “Good Times” or from one of his multiple appearances on both the big and small screens in a career that has spanned almost five decades.
Tennessee comedy fans, this is your chance to catch a true comedy legend doing what he still loves: stand up comedy in front of a live crowd.
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The “Ebony Genius” at work:
A couple of weeks ago, Doc McGee’s opened its doors with a kickoff concert by local phenom Andy Velo. As the newest music venue in Northeast Georgia, Doc McGee’s knew how important it was to select a proven yet affordable ticketing partner. And that’s why they chose TicketBiscuit.
Stephanie Green Williams, booking agent for the club, states “We’re all about nurturing the local music scene, and a big part of that is making it accessible. Doc McGee’s will be that place where you can see a great show in a world-class venue but it won’t break your bank. We’ve got drink specials, affordable valet parking, and best of all, affordable tickets. We chose TicketBiscuit instead of Ticketmaster as our online ticketing provider so we can keep convenience fees as low as possible.”
Doc McGee’s owner Amber Ashe says that the venue was designed “to be a musician’s mecca. Everything- from the sound system to video recording capability to the size of the stage and lighting – has been built to allow musicians to deliver awesome live performances.” She adds, “Concert goers will be able to experience the difference.”
Doc McGee’s is a welcome addition to the live entertainment scene in Georgia. We’re proud to partner with them and help them keep live music affordable and accessible for their fans.
Doc McGee’s joins close to 50 other notable Georgia venues such as The Georgia Theatre, The Classic Center, The Melting Point, The Rialto Room at Hotel Indigo, and The King Plow Arts Center in choosing TicketBiscuit to power their ticketing needs. If you are a venue owner or promoter in Georgia, give us a call or email about ticketing for your venue.
Doc McGee’s Venue Facts:
- Stage size: 40’ x 25’
- 64 channel recording capability
- HD Video capability
Address: 14 Carl-Cedar Hill Rd, Winder, GA 30680
Phone: (678) 900-1064
About TicketBiscuit: TicketBiscuit, founded in 2001, provides proprietary software that powers the online ticket sales of over 400 clients in 1300 venues nationwide. TicketBiscuit’s complete suite of services and solutions empowers their clients to sell tickets online through the client’s own website, via call center, or via the TicketBiscuit web-based box office interface.