Las Colinas, Texas (PressExposure) April 19, 2011 -- "Final Four tickets are available at DirectSeats.com for immediate purchase using the discount promo code FINAL4. This FINAL4 promo code is available for any Final Four ticket purchase over $200."
After a lifelong career in the ticketing industry, the co-founder of DirectSeats.com, Roger Decker, is excited today to announce that the innovative new ticket broker website DirectSeats.com has been launched with its headquarters in the heart of the Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex. This brand new website interface provides seamless click-and-purchase capabilities for fans of all events including the Final Four to purchase event tickets worldwide. Roger created DirectSeats.com with you, the event enthusiast, specifically in mind.
As not only a fan but also a seasoned ticket broker of over twenty years, Roger has learned what fans want when shopping for Final Four tickets - authentication guarantee, customer service, and accountability. Attending music shows and sport events has always been Roger's passion, and at the age of 16 he entered the ticketing industry working for a ticket broker who paid him to stand in line to purchase tickets. By the age of twenty he worked for a local ticket broker where he learned the bread and butter of the local ticket broker business by selling parking tickets, game tickets, and performing customer service. When Roger was not working, he was attending events and mingling with the fans.
After working with the local ticket broker, Roger became a national independent ticket broker for the next five years. Because this was not just a job, but also a way of life, Roger was able to attend events including the Indy 500, Final Four, and Super Bowl as well as follow concert tours on the road. This experience enabled Roger to gain the knowledge of the ticket broker industry on a national level. Specifically, he acquired an in depth knowledge of the factors that affect ticket demand fluctuation. After several years as an independent broker, Roger was recruited by a high volume ticket broker in 2000 as the ticket wholesale manager.