In Ticketing Provides Eco-Friendly Tickets to California Governor’s Debate at Dominican University of California

All tickets to the October 12 California governor’s debate at Dominican University of California were printed using environmentally responsible products and equipment by San Rafael–based ticketing agency, In Ticketing. Dominican, in partnership with NBC, presented the debate between Democratic candidate Jerry Brown and Republican candidate Meg Whitman, moderated by Tom Brokaw.

Debate sponsor In Ticketing is an official green business, adopting such sustainable practices as using soy ink with hemp/flax ticket stock, chlorine-free products, tree-free envelopes, and bio-diesel and hybrid event vehicles. In Ticketing is the first ticketing agency to develop tree-planting initiatives, which have resulted in the planting of hundreds of thousands of trees since its inception.

All tickets to the live debate in Dominican’s Angelico Hall were printed by In Ticketing using soy ink with hemp/flax ticket stock, and a tree will be planted for every person attending the event through the University’s partner Trees for the Future. In Ticketing also provided wireless handheld scanning for the tickets.

“In Ticketing is honored to have the opportunity to be working with Dominican University of California to raise environmental awareness, while also making a positive impact on the planet,” said Jeff White, VP of Business Development at In Ticketing. “Awareness is the first step in addressing any issue, and we are pleased to support Dominican in this endeavor to use and promote sustainable business practices for this historic California event.”

About In Ticketing

Founded in 1999, In Ticketing provides an environmentally conscious, yet economical option to venues, event organizers and fans. In Ticketing has also developed such innovations as paperless will-call, wireless handheld scanning for tickets at events, and an access control system that allows event organizers to manage their on-site resources.
In Ticketing's "tree-per-ticket" program (the first of its kind) has resulted in the planting of hundreds of thousands of trees since its inception.
The company's reputation for excellent service, knowledge, community involvement, and environmental values has made In Ticketing a respected leader among concert fans and the industry. In Ticketing clients include Burning Man, Yoshi's at Jack London Square and San Francisco, Great American Music Hall, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, Monterey Bay Blues Festival, Slims, Wave House San Diego, The Catalyst, Pine Mountain Amphitheater and Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff, AZ.

About Dominican University of California

Dominican University of California is an independent university located 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, California. Founded in 1890, Dominican enjoys a century-long reputation for excellence in scholarship, research and community outreach. Dominican’s 2,200 students come from across the United States primarily from Northern California as well as more than 30 foreign countries. Almost half of Dominican’s undergraduate students are from ethnically diverse backgrounds, and one-quarter of its undergraduates are the first generation in their family to attend college. The University educates and prepares students to be ethical leaders and socially responsible global citizens. Dominican’s athletics program recently transitioned from NAIA to NCAA Division II status in the Pacific West Conference. Dr. Joseph Fink serves as the University’s President. For more information, please visit