Organizations can leverage The Community Voice’s regional reach to promote their events and boost ticket sales.

TCV Publishing, Inc., publisher of The Community Voice newspaper, has announced the launch of a new regional ticketing website:, where people can buy tickets for and promote events across the region.

Concerts, banquets, plays, tours, sporting events, camps, lessons and fundraisers of all kinds can be ticketed on

While there are a number of ticketing sites out there, The Community Voice and the team say they will give events on their site a “heads up” by leveraging the regional and diverse reach of their publications, websites, and social media channels to promote events and boost ticket sales.

“We spent 25 years developing our reputation as a voice our readers can trust,” said Bonita Gooch, TCV Publishing, Inc. owner. “Now, we’re inviting event sponsors across the region to extend that same level of trust in us to their event ticketing and promotions.”

“With national ticketing sites, event sponsors post their event and get nothing more in return from a major corporation that cares nothing about the success of their event, and who does absolutely nothing to help promote their event and grow their ticket sales,” Gooch said.

That’s not the case with, she said.  

The Community Voice is already in the community covering stories, issues and events on its social, business and arts pages; online calendar; websites ( and coming soon; social media; and e-blast.

Still, does everything the national sites do and more.

Like other ticketing sites, use of does not cost the event creator a single dime.  All (100%) of the ticketing fees can be passed on to the buyer, and fees are comparable to others in the market.

For users, is sophisticated, intuitive and easy-to-use.

Customers experience smooth, convenient ticket purchasing.

The site’s responsive design allows buyers to purchase from any device.

For event creators, offers:

– Competitive pricing and responsive customer service.

– A simple interface to quickly create events, venues and tickets.

– Convenient access to their ticket sales data 24/7.

– A mobile app for simple check-in and at-door payment processing.

– A cloud based system providing real-time access to sales information.

“Finally, let’s keep our ticketing dollars in our communities and stop contributing to the growth of another BIG corporation,” Gooch said.  “Buying tickets through helps grow a small business that reinvests locally in other small businesses and organizations.  Buy locally, so we can all grow and thrive.”

To set up your ticketing account, call 316-681-1155 or 913-202-0900, or e-mail  PRE-APPROVAL IS NEEDED TO USE MYVOICETIX.COM, and once your account is set up, event creators have 24/7 access to personally manage their account.

“Our prescreening of event creators is a precaution to prevent scams and to protect our users,” said Gooch.  “The approval and account setup process is relatively simple, and shouldn’t take anyone more than five minutes to complete.  The approval gives creators the ability to set up their initial and all future events.  However, potential users should note that to ensure the integrity of the site, our team will monitor and pull any events that are illegal, discriminatory, hate-filled or exceptionally dangerous.”

ABOUT TCV PUBLISHING, INC. – TCV Publishing, Inc. is the publisher of the 25-year-old award-winning newspaper The Community Voice.  The multi-platform publication includes a print edition, electronic edition, website, and active social media presence.  Their quality, targeted and engaging content keeps readers coming back.

The print edition is distributed in the Kansas City metropolitan area, Wichita, Hutchinson, Salina, Junction City, and Topeka.  In addition to, TCV is developing, an online lifestyle publication that will complement and focus on great things to do across the Midwest.

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