"In 1990, only 3% of the seats were considered premium. Today, 20% of a major venue's seats are considered premium, which can account for nearly 50% of the ticketing revenue." -- Bill Dorsey, ALSD Chairman and Founder

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Member Highlight: Chris Quinn

SVP, Business Development and Premium Seating,
Palace Sports & Entertainment

Quinn discusses his early days as a runner for sports agents Leigh Steinberg and Jeff Moorad, the recently completed renovations of the Palace of Auburn Hills, and wearing flip-flops and board shorts in Detroit's winters.

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25th Annual Conference & Tradeshow

July 6-9, 2015 | San Francisco

Join ALSD for its silver anniversary show at the San Francisco Mariott Marquis.

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Jared's Journal

Buyers and Sellers Come Together at CTIC 2014

The second installment of the Corporate Ticket Impact Conference delivers real-world content, industry-leading speakers, and free-flowing networking.

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Benefits of Membership

Scott O'Connell,
Director, Suite & Premium Seat Sales & Service,
Minnesota Twins

"When the Minnesota Twins moved from the Metrodome to Target Field, we did so without having any history of suite sales, contracts, or service – the Vikings controlled all the suites in the Dome. Through ALSD and relationships established with other members, we were able to procure needed information and direction to launch our suite and premium sales. Simply put, our success selling out all of our suites and premium seats moving into Target Field doesn't happen without ALSD."

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