President Obama says no to ticket scalping.

President Obama has pass another historic article of legislation.  As President Obama makes his exit out the Oval Office, he passes a law that will protect the average entertainment fan.  Ticket scalping has been an issue in the entertainment business for the past couple years.  Entertainment enthusiast have not been getting a fair opportunity to attend sports events and concerts.  For the past 5 years major corporations have bought huge amounts of tickets from retailers and resold them for two times the original price.  This recent epidemic has been a total crisis and should have been addressed many years ago. Thanks to President Obama artist, manager, fans, venues, and record companies will have the opportunity to do fair business again.

President Obama did an amazing job addressing these wrong doings of major corporations.  This will give the average entertainment fan an opportunity to see their favorite athlete or musician without going bankrupt.


Author: motivatedmillionaireblog

Kawaun Moore is an art entrepreneur and storyteller. Everyday my job is to monetize my everyday feelings and lifestyle. I enjoy telling the story of a young man with a very diverse background filled with unbelievable encounters. I always paid attention to my feelings and thoughts; this since of awareness helped me define myself. Looking from within forced me to become the confident man and artist I am today. I graduated from Columbia College Chicago earlier this year with bachelors in arts. I gained knowledge of marketing, advertising, branding, entertainment law and finance. I joined the Grammy U Chicago Chapter, which gave me many opportunities to get to know industry leaders and professionals. In September I began taking classes at the Illinois Media School to acquire skills in camera, radio, and editing software. I believe I’m very prepared for my future in the entertainment businesses. My discipline and passion is my greatest attribute.

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