OmniTicket Network, part of the Best Union Group, Supports 2015 F1 Singapore Grand Prix in Managing 260,912 Spectators in 3 Days
A talented team of resources from OmniTicket Network Singapore and Best Union Italy successfully supported the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix in welcoming 260,912 Spectators, the 3rd highest attendance ever in the history of the event. OmniTicket and Best Union provided the access control and accreditation for this exciting event that takes place at the Marina Bay Street Circuit over the three-day weekend.
The OmniTicket Network team is ready to showcase the latest innovations in ticketing and resource management at the AZA Annual Conference Exhibit taking place September 18 & 19th in Salt Lake City. OmniTicket Network, part of the Best Union Group, will be in booth 420 promoting the Best Overview Solution (BOS), the global solution for ticketing, resource management, retail POS, access control, stored value cards and online sales. OmniTicket solutions are installed at zoos, aquariums, museums and attractions around the world.
Visit booth 420 in the AZA Conference Exhibit Hall this weekend for a live demonstration of how OmniTicket can support your integrated ticketing and resource management needs!
OmniTicket Network team members from branches in Singapore, USA and Italy enjoy dinner together as they prepare to manage the accreditation and access control for the upcoming 2015 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix which takes place September 18, 19 & 20 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Find out more about this exciting event by visiting www.singaporegp.sg.
The California Science Center’s exciting exhibit that began March 10, 2015 will end its highly popular run on September 8th after hosting sell-out crowds for much of the exhibit. In cooperation with the Israel Antiquities Authority, the California Science Center presented “Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition.” The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of ancient manuscripts including copies of the oldest discovered texts of the Hebrew Bible. Thousands of fragments of text have been found that belong to over 900 works written over a period from about 250 BCE to 68 CE. The exhibit earned rave reviews from around the US, with the New York Times calling it, "Stunning...Jarring...A provocative new exhibition." While the Examiner.com declared the exhibit to be a “truly captivating exhibition, certainly abundantly researched and educational."