October 08, 2009 09:33 ET

Ace Ticket Scores a Hat Trick

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - October 8, 2009) - Ace Ticket has purchased the naming rights to the WBZ Sports Studio, gained a sponsorship deal with the Boston Bruins and has secured the naming rights to the Boston Bruins post game show.

Ace Ticket announced the purchasing of the naming rights to the WBZ Sports Studio. The WBZ Sports Studio will now be called the AceTicket.com Sports Studio. Components of this deal include the mentioning of AceTicket.com Sports Studio at quarter to and quarter past every hour.

Ace Ticket is pleased to announce their sponsorship deal with the Boston Bruins. Under the terms of this deal, Ace Ticket is now an official sponsor of the Boston Bruins.

Components of the deal include: the appearance of the Ace Ticket logo on the Boston Bruins website, Ace Ticket featured on the Jumbotron during Boston Bruins games and Ace Ticket signage on dasher boards. The featuring of Ace Ticket on the Jumbotron will be visible to people at the arena as well as those at home. Terms of the deal were not available.

This sponsorship complements the current deal that Ace Ticket has with the Boston Bruins television broadcast partner NESN. Ace Ticket has also secured naming rights of the Boston Bruins post game show "Ace Ticket Overtime."

"Ace Ticket is proud to be involved in the resurgence of the Boston Bruins and doing our part to help bring the Stanley Cup back to its rightful place in Boston," said Jim Holzman, Ace Ticket's CEO.

ABOUT ACE TICKET WORLDWIDE, INC.

Ace Ticket, founded in 1979 by Jim Holzman, is New England's premier ticket agency that provides its customers with access to the best seats for sporting events, concerts, theatre and special events in Greater Boston and around the globe. Ace Ticket is an official sponsor of the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Bruins. Ace Ticket specializes in premium tickets to sold out events while also offering knowledge of every seat, in every row, at every venue. Visit www.aceticket.com.

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