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Engaged Couples Can Now Register for Event Tickets through VEBO

VEBO announces ticketing platform for sports, concerts, and theater

DENVER, June 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- VEBO is a wedding registry for experiences, and the company is based in Denver, Colorado.  VEBO is announcing a new ticketing platform, where engaged couples can add event tickets to their wedding registry.  VEBO's website is http://www.vebolife.com.  The press kit is available at http://vebolife.com/press/.  VEBO offers engaged couples the opportunity to register for experiences such as winetasting, cooking classes, massages and skydiving.   VEBO is introducing a new offering, where couples are now able to register for tickets to sporting events, concerts, and theater performances.

VEBO - A Wedding Registry for Experiences - Engaged couples can now register for tickets to sporting events, concerts, and theater through VEBO.  Collect Moments, Not Things.

Denver entrepreneur, Cody Sudmeier, is VEBO's CEO.  Sudmeier oversaw the development of the new ticketing offering.

"VEBO Ticketing is a new platform that we are incredibly excited about," said Sudmeier.  "Engaged couples have been using VEBO to register for experiential gifts, but they have been asking for a way to also register for event tickets.  VEBO Ticketing enables couples to register for tickets to football games, premier concerts, Broadway shows, and more."

Jamie Regehr is a co-founder.  Regehr explained how the ticketing platform works, "Couples will initially register for the general experience.  For instance, a couple might add 'Broncos Tickets' to their VEBO registry.  After the couple receives the gift, they can log on to VEBO, and choose the specific game and tickets that they would like.  It is a remarkably flexible system."

Wedding registries are a $19B industry in the US.  91% of US couples register for gifts.  Historically, the leaders in this industry were retailers that provide household items. 

While the industry is dominated by traditional retailers, alternative registries are gaining in popularity.  The majority of the alternative registries specialize in cash gifts.  VEBO is the first registry exclusively dedicated to experiential gifts. 

About VEBO, Inc.

VEBO is an experience-based wedding registry.  VEBO partners with providers throughout the states of Colorado and Washington. 

One of VEBO's core values is giving.  VEBO couples select a charity to tie to their registry.  VEBO contributes 5% of the sales from the couple's registry to the charity they have selected.

Sudmeier is the Founder and CEO.  Sudmeier previously cofounded Agility Solutions.  Under Sudmeier's leadership, Agility Solutions was twice recognized as Denver's Fastest Growing Private Company. 

For more information, please visit http://www.vebolife.com.

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