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  • Warehouse (Dave Matthews Band)


    The Warehouse is the official fan association for Dave Matthews Band. Founded on December 4, 1998, Warehouse gives fan early access to concert tickets, exclusive CDs and merchandise to its members. The current fee for membership is $35 per year, up from the original price of $30. Warehouse is administrated by Musictoday, a Charlottesville, Virginia-based company run by DMB manager Coran Capshaw. The success of the Warehouse led to Musictoday running similar online fan clubs for other major artists. Musictoday was acquired by major concert promoter Live Nation.

  • Jiffy Lube


    Jiffy Lube is an American brand of automotive oil change specialty shops founded in Utah, United States, in 1971. It has been a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell since 2002, and is headquartered in Houston, Texas. A Jiffy Lube in Durham, North Carolina A Jiffy Lube in Cedar Mill, Oregon

  • Ticketmaster


    Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is an American ticket sales and distribution company based in Beverly Hills, California, with operations in many countries around the world. In 2010 it merged with Live Nation to become Live Nation Entertainment. As a primary ticket outlet, most US ticket sales for US venues are fulfilled at Ticketmaster's two main fulfillment centers located in Charleston, West Virginia, and Pharr, Texas. Typically, Ticketmaster's clients (promoters) control their events, and Ticketmaster acts as an agent, selling the tickets that the clients make available to them. On 10 January 2008, Ticketmaster completed the acquisition of Paciolan Inc., a developer of ticketing system applications and hosted ticketing systems, after litigation over the potential breach of antitrust laws. In January 2008, Ticketmaster acquired UK-based secondary ticket marketplace, Getmein.com. Getmein is a secondary ticket market where people can buy or sell tickets for live events. On 10 February 2009, Ticketmaster and Live Nation, the largest concert promoter, officially announced their merger deal. After almost a year of review, the two companies merged on 25 January 2010, under the name Live Nation Entertainment (). To satisfy one of the United States Department of Justice's conditions of approval for the merger, Ticketmaster sold Paciolan to Comcast Spectacor in March 2010.

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