Manistee Jaycees Now Sells Tickets to its Events and Programs, including the much anticipated Aquapalooza on MyNorthTickets
Traverse City, MI (June 3, 2013)–MyNorthTickets, a subsidiary of MyNorth Media, producers of Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine, is now selling tickets on behalf of Manistee Jaycees, specifically its 21st Aquapalooza event on July 8th, 2013.
"We are delighted to add Manistee's Aquapalooza to our list of events, organizations, festivals and attractions selling tickets on MyNorthTickets.com," says MyNorth Media president and founder of Traverse Magazine, Deborah Wyatt Fellows. "Part of our mission has always been to connect our audience with great Northern Michigan events and now it is even easier for people to attend and enjoy events produced by these young leaders."
The Manistee Jaycees invite attendees to get read to rock the beach with their 21st annual headlining music event, featuring the nationally-touring rock & roll band Wayland and local favorites Sufferin Suckatash. Limited VIP reserved seats include early admission and a meet and greet with Wayland. (Must be 21 or over to attend.)
Wayland is a Michigan four-piece rock and roll band, who, have returned to their roots in the heart of Middle America where people love their rock and roll. Back in their namesake hometown, Wayland, Michigan, the band made fast friends with the nationally syndicated morning show Free Beer And Hot Wings by bringing them breakfast in exchange for airplay.
After just one spin of “Welcome To My Head,” listeners fell in love with the song. The band has been added to the airwaves across the country and has been invited to participate in some of the most recognizable summer festivals, including Aquapalooza.
The Manistee Jaycees, a Northern Michigan service and leadership development organization will be able to process ticket sales using the MyNorthTickets services online, via phone and on-site box office management options. Services include selling tickets from the MyNorthTickets.com website as well as on each organization's website.
"Someone can come to MyNorth.com, find a Northern Michigan hotel, cottage rental or a home, seek out a restaurant, hike or a picnic beach, and now get tickets to ride a boat, enjoy a show or concert or even take a cooking class. It's all right here–easy and accessible from your tablet, smartphone or computer."
The MyNorthTickets website has been adding new organizations since it launched in October, 2012 and now sells tickets for more than 50 organizations. The current list of organizations ranges from Manistee to Traverse City to Leelanau, Petoskey, Charlevoix and even Mackinac Island and covers a wide variety of Northern Michigan activities including cooking lessons, winery tours, boat rides, concerts, theater, festivals and more.
"We're delighted to welcome the Manistee Jaycees to the list of Northern Michigan organizations included in the MyNorthTickets community," says Drew Warner, account executive for MyNorthTickets.com. "From the start, we're able to help them fundraise by improving their visibility with our audience of more than a million and allow customers to buy tickets online 24 hours per day."
About Manistee Jaycees
The Manistee chapter of the Jaycees was founded in 1935 and is 5th oldest chapter in the state. The Manistee Jaycees sponsor many fund raising events that help fund community projects. The Manistee Jaycees will donate the proceeds from their fundraising events throughout the year to the Vogue Theatre Restoration project.
The Jaycees is one of the biggest worldwide non-political and non-sectarian youth service organizations. It is an international community of citizens between the ages of 18 to 40 with the aim and purpose of creating positive change in the world.