NATIVE AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PARTNERS WITH TICKETLEAP FOR 1ST GREEN OPPORTUNITIES TRADE FAIR
06/11/2010

TicketLeap is the online resource for registration to the 13th Annual Talking Stick and First Annual Project: “Earth, A Journey into Green” environmental opportunities trade fair held by the Native American Chamber of Commerce.

Online PR News – 11-June-2010 – – For the first time, attendees of the 13th Annual Talking Stick and 1st Annual Project: “Earth, A Journey into Green” event and Green Opportunities Trade Fair will be able to purchase tickets online. TicketLeap, the nation’s fastest growing online ticketing company, has partnered with the Native American Chamber of Commerce to power their ticketing for the annual event, which will be held on June 18th at the Westin Galleria in Houston, Texas.
Tanya Stiffler, Media/Marketing Director of the Native American Chamber of Commerce, shared her thoughts about the partnership. “We are very excited about the partnership with TicketLeap. We have already begun to receive positive feedback from our members, exhibitors and attendees. TicketLeap offers comprehensive services that will fulfill our needs for both our large events and the smaller monthly workshops, especially now that we are expanding into regional offices. We truly look forward to a bright future with TicketLeap.”
“TicketLeap is proud to partner with the Native American Chamber of Commerce as their official online ticketing provider” added Mike Vaughan, vice president of business development at TicketLeap. “We look forward to assisting the Native American Chamber in many future events and workshops.”
Tickets can be purchased online at www.nativeamericanchamber.org or by visiting nativeamericanchamber.ticketleap.com. All major credit cards are accepted for online transactions from both sites.
TicketLeap provides web-based ticketing solutions to thousands of event organizers and venues all over the country, enabling them to promote and sell tickets online and onsite. Consumers can use any major credit or debit card to purchase tickets in person, by phone or online. To learn more, visit www.ticketleap.com.

The Native American Chamber of Commerce serves the identified needs of the American Indian / Alaskan / Aleut / Native - owned businesses and will serve as a liaison with corporations, governmental, and educational institutions, businesses, public media, other civic and religious entities - and will facilitate communications with other community-based organizations. The NACC will strive diligently, in a 'corporate partnership' to support, endorse, educate, assist, counsel, and advocate - working for the positive benefit of our membership, while earning the trust and respect of the entire business community. The Native American Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) membership organization utilizing the membership investment for operation of the Achievement Centers, business advocacy, business growth & recruitment, and promotion of the Native American community. The Native American Chamber of Commerce and its volunteer leadership are conscious that for its members to be successful those served must be successful. To learn more about the Native American Chamber and current programs, please visit: www.nativeamericanchamber.org.

Carroll Cocchia, President
Native American Chamber of Commerce
nativeamericanchamber@gmail.com
Tel: 832.251.6367