Ticket Journal Unveils Unique New Way To Preserve Memories

Brookfield, IL (PressExposure) January 12, 2010 -- Normal scrapbooks are designed for pictures, but they make it challenging for people to preserve another precious keepsake: tickets to events attended with friends or family.

That's why two enterprising - and sentimental! - businessmen created The Ticket Journal, at http://www.ticketjournals.com. It is a unique, high-quality journal that is specifically designed to store and attractively display tickets and ticket stubs.

"The Ticket Journal is a unique book that was created out of necessity, because there was nothing else like it," explains creator and founder Nicholas Caputo. "We wanted to create an exquisite journal for people to preserve all of the precious memories that are tied to each ticket stub. We realized that these ticket stub memories are unfortunately being kept in desk drawers, shoe boxes and pencil cups. Attending an event is often expensive but preserving each memory is far more priceless."

The Ticket Journal doesn't just safely store and preserve your tickets; It offers 108 individual page entries that allow users to record all of the details of the special events they attend.

The Ticket Journal contains many distinctive features, including an elegant leatherette cover, acid-free archival quality paper and unique "compensation guards" (removable inserts that allow the Ticket Journal to maintain its original shape as the book grows with addition of each new ticket entry).

It can be used for tickets to literally any type of event, from movies at the local theater, to plays, to sporting events; it can be used to preserve tickets to the circus, musicals, even plane tickets.

"This is a journal that is intended to be on display for all to see and not simply stored on a book shelf or in the back of a drawer," according to Timothy Blazek, the Original Ticket Journal co-creator. "With the creation of the Ticket Journal it will allow me to record the events with my children as they get older as we attend their first baseball game, play and football game in turn passing along memories for generations to come. We are delighted to be able to bring this experience to our customers as well."

About Ticket Journals

Those seeking more information, or wishing to purchase their own Ticket Journal, can visit http://www.ticketjournals.com

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Press Release Submitted On: January 13, 2010 at 5:21 pm
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