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TicketLeap Introduces Seating Chart Design Tools For Ambitious Event Planners

Sure you there are services to sell tickets to arenas and event spaces (not to mention parties and the like) but thus far there hasn't been a good way to allow customers to pick their seats. TicketLeap, a ticketing website, has solved that problem. Wedding plannes don't get too excited yet: the system is mostly for folks who run bigger event spaces like halls and arenas.
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