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Who are you known as?
Travel Industry Indicators
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell souvenir tickets to the traveling public, for them to keep as a momento. We also sell newsletters to leisure and hospitality businesses who want to track consumer trends.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We desire to sell souvenir tickets to the traveling public, for them to keep as a memento or to announce their intention of visiting particular destinations. The idea leading to this is that the ticket serves as a keepsake of the visit, or as a purchase pre-arrival to the destination, that can then be 'turned in' for something of value. I imagine the ticket to include the following elements: an iconic image of the destination, the name of the destination or other identifier, the year (date?), a tear-off stub portion that can be turned in (to be determined where that is, exactally), and some sort of unique identifier that can be traced back to the individual.
The aim is to create a product so visually appealing that the mere ownership rivals the actual visit to the destination. I'm thinking this is a product more in line with a superbowl or other mega event ticket...vs. the online barcodes in use today, qr box, etc. This is to be a classic piece, nothing to high tech or technology driven.
Feel free to be creative with style and images, layout and etc. The intent is to create a series of these tickets for different destinations, and for multiple years
Check around for some standard ticket sizes that are in use. In my mind, I don't see these being larger than 5 x 9. Fell free to take some creative liberty for other sizes and shapes...the goal is for these tickets to be easily identifable, and desired. No silly cut-outs, please.