RepeatSeat Ltd.

RepeatSeat Ltd.

May 02, 2008 10:35 ET

RepeatSeat to Provide Ticketing Expertise to Calgary International Film Festival

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - May 2, 2008) - RepeatSeat Ltd. ("RepeatSeat") (TSX VENTURE:RPS), a North American leader in providing entertainment solutions is pleased to announce that a 5 year ticketing services agreement has been signed with The Calgary International Film Festival ("CIFF").

RepeatSeat will provide its industry leading point of sale, Internet and mobile movie ticketing applications to CIFF's greater than 35000 annual attendees. In 2007 approximately 80% of CIFF's festival attendees purchased their tickets via the Internet and CIFF anticipates that these numbers will increase at this year's festival, given the online and mobile movie ticketing expertise RepeatSeat provides.

"We are very pleased to be working with such a dynamic organization like CIFF," said RepeatSeat Executive VP, Bob Christianson. He continued, "This year's festival will offer RepeatSeat's superb ticketing functionality that will include traditional point of sale, internet and mobile purchasing alternatives. Payment can be made using cash, credit, debit on-line and PayPal options thereby creating the most diverse ticketing environment available today. By utilizing RepeatSeat's proprietary ticketing and data management technology we will be able to ensure that CIFF continues to be recognized as one the pre-eminent film festivals in Canada. We are confident that global film festivals will take note of CIFF's lead and look to RepeatSeat to provide a similar suite of services."

RepeatSeat has grown to become the largest online movie ticketing company in Canada and North America's leading mCommerce ticketing solution provider. Jacqueline Dupuis, Executive Director of CIFF stated "The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is a leader in arts and cultural innovation and diversity, and we are excited to be working with RepeatSeat, a Calgary company that continually demonstrates its willingness and ability to innovate through creative means of ticket delivery, data capture and cross marketing."

CIFF was founded in 1998 and the first Calgary International Film Festival took place in 1999, and in eight years it has grown into one of the largest film festivals in Canada. Since its inaugural event in February 1999, CIFF has experienced a significant increase in screenings and films from about 40 films within a 6-day festival format to its present two-weekend, 10-day format with over 300 films. The attendance in the first year was 7,000, which grew to reach 35,000 in 2006 making it the 3rd largest event in Calgary after the Calgary Stampede and the Calgary Folk Festival and one of the largest international film festivals in Canada.

About RepeatSeat

Headquartered in Calgary, with offices in Toronto and Denver, RepeatSeat, Ltd. offers interactive entertainment solutions through industry leading data, ticketing and mobile applications to the live event, movie, ski, tour and excursion industries throughout North America and the Caribbean. RepeatSeat also a Canadian leader in the video arcade industry is integrating this entertainment niche into its fully interactive data and mobile environment across Canada. RepeatSeat's shares are traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE:RPS).

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