Thursday, December 15, 2011

Me again,

So I believe I have made it possible to purchase season tickets on-line with a turtle pass.  A turtle pass allows the patron to purchase the season ticket, but not choose the date till closer the performance.  The way it works: you purchase the season ticket, you receive a code for each season ticket, then when you have decided which performance you want to attend, you log in to ticket turtle and enter your code.

My question is since, you don't have to choose a date now should I put this up on the website now?

B. Haywood

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Hi All,
So LivingSocial finally got back to me about possibly working with them. LivingSocial is a website which advertizes and sells coupons that are in your area.  The way it works: You sign up to be on their email list, each day they send one deeply discounted deal to use at local businesses, purchase the daily deals with one easy click, receive a link to your voucher the next business day, you'll get a unique link to share. If three people buy the deal using your link, then your deal is free.  There are no up front costs and I believe they charge a percentage of what you make.

I am planning on talking with the marketing department sometime next week to find more of the details. I am just not sure how time sensitive it will be.  Here is the idea:  We sell Season Tickets at $35 instead of $70.  If I remember correctly, they require the discount to be at least 50%. Please note that the goal here is not necessarily to make money, but to get people to know who we are and interested in what we do.  If we gain a little money in the process who's gonna complain.  So think of this as an investment in our future. :)

Here is the website that describes a little bit about how it works:

I have talked about this before at the meetings and there has been interest, I just wanted to double check before I try to hammer out the details.

Brittany Haywood

Monday, December 12, 2011

Keeping CHP United

Hello Guys and Gals!
I have been trying to come up with a way to try and get everyone on the same page with what is going on with CHP.  I thought we would try out blogging to see if it works.  The idea is when a decision is made or a new idea about an event comes up outside of a meeting it gets posted here to keep everyone informed. I'll bring it up at the meeting tonight in more detail.

FYI There is a production meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 4 at 6:30 the Witty's Residence