You walk into the Taylor Swift concert and realize you’ve scored seats inches from the stage. Or maybe you’re at an NBA game, and glance over to see a former president (true story). Or you score an exclusive meet n’ greet with an athlete or artist. When you have these incredible experiences, we want to hear about them, which is why we’re encouraging VetTixers to share on social media channels, using #VetTixVIP. Sharing these stories not only highlight the great work of our donors but amplifies Vet Tix credentials and ultimately serves to increase the number of VIP experiences we are able to offer! Plus, it can qualify you for special opportunities, including having your story shared on Vet Tix channels!
A couple tips to keep in mind when you post:
- Be sure to tag Vet Tix at @VetTix on Instagram and Twitter
- Tag the artist, team or show that you’re seeing
- Be sure to use the location services to tag the venue (stadium, theater, concert venue etc.)
- Be sure to include
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“Special thanks to VetTix and their partner @GotYourSix for this incredible
#VetTixVIP experience, attending the #onlythebrave Early Screening and Reception, where we were surprised by @VP Mike Pence in D.C.”
“Just wow! VetTix and @kennychesney, you really outdid yourselves. I can’t thank you all enough for the amazing seats. There are no words to describe our excitement that you gave us floor seats. We danced, sang, and laughed the entire concert. It was a true
“Thank you, VetTix for the chance for this awesome experience because of the kindness of you all and the donors, I was able to see the show and also was able to get the chance to do a meet and greet with @BrantleyGilbert!
“Thank you so much to the First Things First Foundation, @WestwoodOne Radio, and VetTix. We had such a wonderful and memorable evening. Our seats were fantastic and it was such a treat to watch @kurt13warner and @Kevinharlan call the game from the Westwood One booth. Kurt, we really appreciate you taking time to say hello and for signing the helmets for us. What a night! We are so grateful. Blessings, Brian”-U.S. Army Currently Serving