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PDC to Demonstrate Ticketing Benefits of New TicketBand™ Wristbands at IAAM's 83rd Annual Conference & Trade Show

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PDC to Demonstrate Ticketing Benefits of New TicketBand™ Wristbands at IAAM's 83rd Annual Conference & Trade Show

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San Fernando, CA - (July 23, 2008) - IAAM Booth # 676 - Venue owners, operators and event promoters are often confronted with the risk or hassle of lost, misplaced, altered or transferred admission tickets. Usually, an issued ticket cannot be reissued because it may impair venue accountability for admissions, food, beverages, cash, contests and more. Introducing an easy, trackable solution, Precision Dynamics Corporation (PDC), the global leader in automatic wristband identification, will be demonstrating its new TicketBand™ bar code wristbands at the 83rd Annual IAAM (International Association of Assembly Managers, Inc.) Conference and Trade Show July 26–28 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

As bar coding is shown to improve operations efficiency while preventing data entry and collection errors, PDC’s new TicketBand™ bar code wristbands are non-transferable “wrist tickets” worn by patrons that will preserve the efficient management & control of crowds at venues. Its strong adhesive closure and unique ‘tamper cuts’ cause the wristbands to shred if altered. TicketBand™ bar code wristbands feature fully customizable bar code and/or variable data options to meet each venue’s unique requirements for print ticketing information such as event logo, name and dates, as well as seating details (section, row, seat number, etc.). TicketBand ™ supports linear and 2D bar codes and digitally printed bar codes will be crisp and clear for accurate scanning.

Also demonstrated will be PDC’s TicketBand™ Plus  - which features a pull-off tab that can be printed with a matching serial number, logo, variable data, seating info, and more. The pull-off tab can serve as a ticket stub for redemption, accounting, raffles, etc.

TicketBand ™ and TicketBand™ Plus allows venues and their sponsors to have their own custom logo or artwork printed on the bands to maximize branding and security.  Ticket Band™ gives venues a choice of 19 vibrant colors, and is made of Tyvek® which is an economical, durable, and tear-resistant material.

Additionally featured will be PDC’s SureImage™ SecurSnap® Wristbands.  Manufactured exclusively by PDC using the latest technology, the custom, full color wristbands offer promotional benefits allowing venues/events to place their brands immediately on thousands of people at a time, attracting sponsorship opportunities and maximizing brand image by creating event/venue product or website ‘buzz.’ The durable and unique wristbands provide high security to help prevent counterfeits.

PDC will be located at booth # 676 - and this year is proud to be a sponsor of IAAM’s X-Treme Trade Show Promotion. Attendees that stop by the booth will obtain a ticket to be eligible to win a PlayStation 3. The winning ticket will be drawn at 11:00 am on Monday, July 28th.

To learn more about PDC’s new TicketBand™,  TicketBand™ Plus bar code wristbands and SureImage™ SecurSnap® Wristbands, please visit the PDC website at or call VIP® Band Customer Care at: 800-255-1865.

About Precision Dynamics

With over 50 years of experience, PDC is the global leader in the development of Auto ID wristband systems for healthcare, leisure and entertainment, and law enforcement. The company introduced the first patient Bar Code ID Wristband, patented Smart Band® Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Wristbands, and award winning PDC Smart® Kiosk Cashless RFID System. PDC is committed to 100% quality in service, design, and manufacturing and has ISO-9001: 2000 and ISO-13485: 2003 certification. For more information, visit:

Information included in the press releases is accurate as of the date of the release and can be subject to change.


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