Saturday, September 07, 2019

Customer Story

To Kill A MockingbirdToday's customer story comes all the way from the great state of South Dakota. Pierre to be exact. Earlier this week, I received a call from a travel agent who's client was planing a trip to New York at the end of this month, and wanted to see a few shows while she and her husband were here. I take that back. They actually wanted to see four shows. Now I love going to the theatre, but four shows in four days? I don't think even I could do that.

Anyway, after finding out when they would be here, I asked what her client wanted to see. Her choices? The Book of Mormon, To Kill A Mockingbird, Ain't Too Proud, and Balanchine at the NYC Ballet. Quite the lineup of shows don't you think? Now since they were only going to be there for a short time, they knew that they would have to see at least two of the shows on the same day.Thankfully, I was able to do that and still leave them plenty of time after the matinee to get a bite to eat before the evening show.Two down. Two to go.

Now when it came to securing tickets for To Kill A Mockingbird, they knew that tickets might be hard to come by. Not too mention expensive. Thankfully, I was able to find them great seats in the Center Orchestra. And at at price that was lower than they were expecting. Three shows down. One to go. Their fourth and final show was Balanchine at the NYC Ballet. Initially when the agent called they wanted to see an entirely different ballet. Unfortunately it wasn't available. However, after I told the agent that this particular ballet was being choreographed by Tony Award winner Christopher Wheeldon, they were very excited as they had seen his production of An American in Paris a few years ago, and loved it. So there you have it folks. Four great shows, with great seats and prices to boot. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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165 West 46th Street
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New York, NY 10036
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