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Cache Creek Casino chooses

25 January 2008

COSTA MESA, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Cache Creek Casino Resort in Brooks, Calif. announced today that it has moved its ticketing operation to, a leading provider of integrated ticketing solutions.

Under the agreement, Cache Creek will take advantage of's turnkey box office management system as well as its full service ticket selling and distribution services. The agreement with enables the casino to sell event tickets on its own branded website.

Cache Creek will also utilize's Tickets@Home(R) functionality, giving ticket buyers the convenience of printing tickets at their home or office. Additionally, Access Control, another integrated product, will assist the casino to more effectively market their entertainment.

The 415,000-square foot resort hosts a substantial number of events at its three-level nightclub, Club 88. The intimate venue accommodates over 700 guests in theater- or concert-style seating arrangements. A variety of entertainment, including rock, country, comedy, R & B and jazz genres, perform on Club 88's center stage. Cache Creek Casino Resort also features over 3,000 slot machines, 142 table games, a 28 table poker room, a 200-room luxury hotel, a health spa, and eight restaurants.

"The decision to move our ticketing operation to was based on several factors, including the company's innovative technology and hands-on local support," said Mike Leonard, vice president of marketing, Cache Creek Casino Resort. "We're especially pleased that we can now sell tickets on our own branded website and provide consumers with multiple channels in which to purchase tickets."

"This is a significant win for us. Cache Creek Casino is a premier entertainment facility and we're looking forward to delivering cutting-edge technology that provides efficiency for both the venue and its patrons," said Brian Roberts, vice president of sales,

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