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Bill Express joins Sumfest to create smooth access

Published:Monday | June 23, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Patrons enjoying Reggae Sumfest last year.
A Bill Express and Western Union outlet at Fairview Shopping Centre in Montego Bay.
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Bill Express has partnered with Reggae Sumfest to create an introductory ticket sales system for the annual music festival.

Patrons who want to purchase Reggae Sumfest tickets will now have easy access at over 100 Bill Express outlets islandwide, marked by Reggae Sumfest stickers, including Western Union agents, post offices and Jamaica Public Service (JPS) locations across the country.

Purchasing your ticket is easy, all you have to do is take your ID to any of the participating locations, say what ticket you need and what night, and you will receive a coupon that you can redeem for the actual ticket at a booth on the Reggae Sumfest grounds.

Business Development Manager Steven Livingston said he was thrilled to deliver a new service that allows ease of use for patrons anticipating another momentous staging of the prominent reggae festival.

"Reggae Sumfest has brought to patrons some of the world's most renowned talents in the entertainment industry, backed by world-class standards in production and delivery. This standard is parallel to what the Bill Express brand represents," said Livingston.

"We thought it only fitting that we partner with Reggae Sumfest to extend top-notch delivery of a convenient and seamless ticketing solution to our patrons."

Livingston added that the introductory system will also be rolled out for other events in the coming months.

"Our platform will be available to event organisers who are seeking convenient and affordable ticket solutions for patrons and we look forward to making this a reality for those who are interested in this partnership," he said.