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Season Tickets scores new funding

Software maker Season Tickets has received more than $1 million as part of a second round of venture funding, the company said Monday. Investors included AZ Ventures and Harvey Vechery, trustee of the Vechery Family Trust. Chicago-based Season Tickets, which provides software that enables sports teams and fans to sell and exchange season tickets, has raised about $2.5 million in its second round of funding, a company representative said. Season Tickets originally expected the round to bring in $5 million in five months, but the representative said the company has waited to ask for money when it needed it rather than try to get it all at once.

    Software maker Season Tickets has received more than $1 million as part of a second round of venture funding, the company said Monday. Investors included AZ Ventures and Harvey Vechery, trustee of the Vechery Family Trust. Chicago-based Season Tickets, which provides software that enables sports teams and fans to sell and exchange season tickets, has raised about $2.5 million in its second round of funding, a company representative said. Season Tickets originally expected the round to bring in $5 million in five months, but the representative said the company has waited to ask for money when it needed it rather than try to get it all at once.