This category of the website focuses on ticketing and admission issues.
17 documents found.
ICAS Survey: Common FAQs (2010, 4Q)
ICAS Survey: Common FAQs (2010, 4Q)
ICAS Convention Provide Critical Resources to Small Shows (2010,3Q)
ICAS Convention Provide Critical Resources to Small Shows (2010,3Q) Many small air shows have discovered that ICAS and the ICAS Convention provide unique and effective tools for helping them overcome the challenges of organizing and conducting a successful air show. By Mike Berriochoa
2010 Oregon Air Show Academy - Marketing
Chapter 4 Marketing: • Marketing Roles and Responsibilities • Marketing • Media • Sponsorships Roles and Responsibilities • Chalets • Trades • Tickets & Ticket Specials
2010 Oregon Air Show Academy - Finance and Admission
Chapter 5 - Finance and Admission Procedures: • Roles, Responsibilities and Set-Up • Timeline and Equipment • Cash Distribution and Transport
2009 Dayton Academy - Sales
Sales: General Admission Tickets, Specialty Seating, Special Programs, Sponsorships, Exhibits
Air Shows Business Basics - Ticket Management
(The power point presentation from the break-out education session conducted at the 2008 ICAS Convention.) There are few areas of air show management that confound new event organizers as frequently as ticketing and ticket management. But this is a mystery that has been solved by many of our industry’s more established shows. In this session, a representative form one of those shows will discuss what systems have been proven to work best, how to develop an effective and practical ticket sales policy, how to control ticket inventory, how to set ticket prices, and how to develop an effective accounting procedure for tracking tickets.
Survey Results: Air Show Safety and Air Show Ticket Prices (2008, 1Q)
Results of two different ICAS member surveys: one on safety and the other on ticket prices
Air Show Ticket Pricing (2004, 3Q)
Perhaps the single biggest influence on air show profitability also happens to be one of the least discussed: air show ticket prices.
Exaggerating Attendance Figures in the Air Show Business (2004, 2Q)
Rampant attendance exaggeration in the air show business is a serious problem that threatens our industry's credibility. With sufficient will within the air show community to challenge the status quo on this issue, ICAS has developed a system that should correct the problem within a relatively short period of time.
Best Practices in Ticket Management (2003, 2Q)
Air shows need to have an effective system for managing ticket sales and distribution. A look at how some good shows - and other events handle ticket management.
Attendance Estimating: a Case History (1997, 4Q)
Estimating air show attendance has long been a difficult exercise. In this article, we look at some of the history of attendance estimating. (1997, 4Q)
Ticket Reconciliation Process, Sample 1
This document provides details on the ticket sales reconciliation process used by one civilian air show.
Ticket Order Form, Sample 1
This document provides a simple template for an air show ticket order form.
Seating Area Options, Sample 1
This document provides an example of different seating options offered at a particular show and the relative benefits and advantages of each option.
Form/Cover Letter Accompanying Bulk Supply of Tickets for Advanced Sale, Sample 1
This is an example of a form that one air show uses when it sends out bulk supplies of air show tickets to advance sale ticket outlets.
Instructions/Information Sheet for Advanced Ticket Sale Outlets, Sample 1
This document is an example of the information sheet that one air show includes with the supply of bulk tickets that it sends to its advanced ticket sales outlets.
Timeline/Schedule, Ticketing-Related Tasks/Deadlines, Sample 1
This timeline/scheduling document provides details on how one civilian air show manages multiple deadlines related to the air show ticketing process.