Las Vegas, NV, September 14, 2014 –(PR.com)– OTL, the leading seat filler company in the US, catering to over 20,000 members in 16 markets, announced today a photo contest with chances to win a $500 gift card to Ticketmaster, as well as OTL memberships.
OTL, is managed by Audience Resources, LLC and Worldwide Seats, LLC. Otherwise known as “The Comp Ticket Underground”, OTL fills seats at local venues. One might ask, “What is a seat filler?” Lu Ann Wall, from Worldwide Seats says “When venues and events have extra seats to fill, they turn to OTL to privately fill the seats by providing comp tickets to our members. Our members pay one low annual fee for the opportunity to secure the free tickets to these ticketed events. It’s a win-win. The venues see increase in their food, beverage & merchandise sales, and enjoy the vibe of a packed house; while our members get to experience new & exciting places in their own city.”
Now OTL wants fans and customers to show the unique way they can fill seats. It’s your turn to “Show Off Your Seat” by snapping up some fun photos of the most creative way you can fill a seat. Once the picture is taken, the user must tag the photo with hashtag #showoffyourseat and follow the Instagram account @OTLSeatFiller. No Instagram account is necessary to enter as photo entries can be made by submitting on the contest website as well. More details and official rules are available on the contest website.
The contest is being conducted from September 15, 2014 through October 31, 2014. The winners will then be chosen through voting between November 1-5 and the most voted photographs will be awarded prizes on November 6, 2014.
For more information, visit: www.compticketunderground.com/showoffyourseat For venue partner information, visit: www.otlpartner.com.
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