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Check out Adam Bones’ latest on the next page. A press release on the Knitting Factory’s ‘Knit Life’ is below (the full PDS can be found here).

KNITTING FACTORY ENTERTAINMENT WELCOMES YOU TO “THE KNIT LIFE”

Los Angeles, CA, August 7, 2013 – Love Knitting Factory? Would you want to make it your life? Well, now you can with Knitting Factory Entertainment’s (KFE) new entertainment affinity program for its most enthusiastic fans, “Knit Life.”

In each of its concert houses in Boise, Brooklyn, Reno and Spokane, (KFE plans to integrate the program into its restaurants, hospitality venues and seasonal live shows at some point in the future), Knit Life enables Knitting Factory Entertainment’s best guests to make the absolute most of their Knitting Factory experience. With a modest initial investment of either $75 or $250, Knit Life members can enjoy benefits that will easily recoup in no time, and in a little time, make their membership pay with free tickets, early entry, advance Knit Life only pre-sales and other valuable perks.

Denon Fereday, Knitting Factory Entertainment’s Ticketing and Loyalty Manager, says “We developed the Knit Life program after decades of work to become one of the most reputable names in the concert and live performance industry. We’re taking the best in that great history and leadership position and offering it back to fans—to enrich their experiences. We are proud of the music lineups, special events, drinks and food at our venues. Now, with Knit Life, our best customers can identify with a program that rewards their loyalty with more of what they love best: more access, more shows and more goods.”

Knitting Factory CEO Morgan Margolis says, “We’re delighted to be able bring the best in live entertainment to fans all over the Northwest, Southern California and the Northeast. Now with Knit Life, whichever Knitting Factory concert house our Knit Life members visit, we can assure them a premium experience.”

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