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Cox Radio Stations to Use ClicknPrint Tickets for Concerts

(CelebrityAccess News Service) – Extremetix, Inc. has entered into an exclusive agreement to provide it’s ClicknPrint Tickets System to Cox Radio’s 78 radio stations to sell tickets for concerts and special events produced by the stations, nationwide.

The ClicknPrint Tickets system adopted by Cox Radio not only offers convenient on-line purchasing and no-hassle print-your-own ticket delivery, it also allows ticket buyers to securely reprint lost or damaged tickets and transfer tickets to anyone via e-mail. Previously Cox stations in Birmingham, Houston and San Antonio had chosen ClicknPrint Tickets for their events. The system has also been proven at events such as Earth Day/Houston, concerts by country artists Pat Green and Cross Canadian Ragweed, plus professional sports including the Memphis Redbirds (Triple-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals), and the Oklahoma RedHawks (Triple-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers).

“Extremetix is delighted to be an exclusive supplier of ticketing services to Cox Radio," said Charly Garrett, president of Extremetix.

"Our custom-branded on-line box office, flexible mobile scanning system, and 'print

your own' ticketing provide the perfect solution for Cox. Listeners benefit from maximum convenience in purchasing tickets and rapid entry to events. Stations build listener loyalty and increase revenues by driving traffic to their websites rather than those of third party ticketing vendors."

Gregg Lindahl, VP of Cox Radio Interactive noted that, “The agreement with Extremetix is the culmination of a lengthy search for a practical ticketing solution that would benefit both our valued listeners as well as our stations. We’re confident that the ClicknPrint Tickets system will provide superior service at lower cost to ticket buyers, while giving our stations more control over new revenue opportunities from the ticketing process.” –by Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner