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Buy events is now live !

Buy events feature is live now!!


Here is how you get started with 5 simple steps!
  1.  Publish you favorite local event via this link - https://vivacommuart.org/calendar
  2.  Set a price for an admission or a ticket to sell for your published event at  https://vivacommuart.org/shop
  3.  Fill out the details and send it for approval.
  4. You will receive the approval from us shortly.
  5. Your event will then be listed for sale- https://vivacommuart.org/shop


Sell your event and start making some money!!:) 

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