Living Reel Launches An Experience Discovery Site

Living Reel launches a brand new startup in the fan experience industry, bringing the best and most exciting opportunities to their customers.

January 17, 2020 / / —

For fans around the world, finding the best experiences related to their favourite franchises. Often there are a wide range of experiences on their doorstep but without the means to find them, people simply don’t realize what’s on offer. Ultimately, many fans rely on poorly run fan-dedicated sites or event-based sites/apps that don’t really meet their needs. Unlike others, Living Reel is managed and owned by fans who understand the industry and know exactly what their customers are looking for - from grand adventures to fun in their hometown.

The company aims to help people find and manage experiences related to their favourite TV shows and film, including large franchises like Star Wars, Game of Thrones and Cyberpunk. These experiences might include themed cocktail bars, themed restaurants, immersive parties, unique screenings, studio & location tours, concerts of soundtracks, themed holidays, themed corporate group activities, conventions and all kinds of other exciting opportunities including VR experiences.

Fans can find the events they are looking for and discover an enhanced experience - including deals & discounts, supplementary goods, travel and accommodation - through Living Reel. The site is easy to navigate and there are plenty of experiences in a wide range of locations for customers to browse. The company provides some of the best and most enticing events and experiences. As they work on a commission rate basis, Living Reel has a vested interest in providing a fantastic service that keeps the fans at the very centre of the business model. It’s no wonder that that company is already expanding quickly!

Living Reel is a company that excites fans of franchises across the world. It is driven by the idea of letting fans experience more of the films, TV shows and video games that they have fallen in love with. It is multipurpose, allowing customers to buy a gift experience for friends, partners, children, or even themselves; the platform offers a whole variety of ways that will bring every customer’s favourite franchise to life.

For more information about Living Reel, please contact Charlie Phillips on 07753 258778 or by email to Charles.phillips@livingreel.co.uk. Please address any postal queries to Flat P03, Cavalier House Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London, England, W5 2SS and check out their website https://livingreel.co.uk for any further information.

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Name: Charlie Phillips
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Organization: Living Reel
Address: Flat P03, Cavalier House Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London, England, W5 2SS
Phone: 07753 258778
Website: https://livingreel.co.uk

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