Branson Tourism Center sells two millionth ticket

A lot of tickets are sold every day to the many shows and attractions found in Branson Missouri, called by some, “The live music show capital of the world.” A recent article published at www.News.Branson.Com entitled “Branson Tourism Center (BTC) reaches two million ticket milestone” indicates that BTC is doing its share to sell many of those tickets.

When Milton and Doris Hughes of Ashland, Kansas stopped by the Branson Tourism Center office to pick up their Branson travel packet, they were surprised to learn that they had purchased BTC’s two millionth ticket and that their whole Branson vacation was being paid for by the Branson Tourism Center in honor of the occasion. In addition, the next ten customers checking in to pick up their travel packets each received a $100 BTC Gift Certificate.

Lianne Milton, the co-owner of Branson Tourism Center said the achievement was the result of the great entertainment product Branson offers and the personal commitment of Branson Tourism Center’s staff to customer service. She said she was as excited about the great personal Branson experiences of families and individuals that the sales of those tickets represented as she was about the actual number of tickets sold.

Excerpts from article:

(Milton) “Even before our first ticket was sold our philosophy was to build BTC through personal relationships with our vendors and customers to ensure that the customer had a great experience while in Branson. We were going to do that by providing them with the best Branson information, value and personal travel services.”

Milton explained that Branson has many quality shows, attractions and lodging facilities and that the relationships that BTC has built up with them over the years enables them to work together to provide our Branson guests with the best value, show seat and lodging choices and customer service.

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