Lo-Q signs deal with North American membership club

Lo-Q, a virtual queuing systems provider for theme parks, water parks and attractions, said Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with a major North American membership club to be its exclusive eCommerce ticketing solutions provider.

Lo-Q, a virtual queuing systems provider for theme parks, water parks and attractions, said Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with a major North American membership club to be its exclusive eCommerce ticketing solutions provider.

The club will employ the services of Lo-Q's wholly-owned subsidiary, Accesso, using its eCommerce solution over a period of four years.

The solution generates secure, barcoded, printathome tickets that can be validated directly at the attraction's front gate.

Starting this summer, the club will begin providing this print-at-home delivery option for the club's largest Florida attractions partners through a single eCommerce storefront. This will allow the club's members to purchase and print discounted tickets to the attractions directly from the club's website.

Tom Burnet, Chief Executive of Lo-Q, said: "I am thrilled to have signed this deal which highlights the strength of Accesso's offering particularly in the North American market. This agreement not only demonstrates further signs of progress from our Accesso business, but it also reinforces Accesso's position as the attractions industry's leading provider of ticketing solutions.

"As we seek to grow the scope and potential of our business, agreements such as this reinforce the benefits that our Accesso operation adds to that of the combined group."

The share price rose 4.03% to 683.50p by 09:25.

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