Media Coverage

WCBS NewsRadio 880 New York
Feature Segment and Online Piece
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Interview – Paul Murnane
Excerpt – “Ticket stubs are sort of at the core of almost everything that people do,” says Stamford, Connecticut-based‘s Matt Peter. “While you’re all watching the same event, you’re there for different reasons” Full Interview


Interview on Canada AM
Canada’s Most Watched National Morning News Program
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Interview – Beverly Thomson
Click here to view full interview on Canada AM’s website

Full Interview


Feature article in The Wall Street Journal
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Author – Luke O’Neil
Excerpt – “That’s the beauty of the site: It lets the faceless names in the crowd assert their own place in historic events, be it a pivotal World Series win, the first Coachella Music Festival or just an early performance from a beloved band.”


Feature in Ramblin’ Man Blog,
Author – Randall Brown
Excerpt – “A friend of mine just brought this nifty website to my attention: The site collects snapshots of ticket stubs from folks, along with their stories about going to that particular event…Check out the stories and maybe submit some of your own.”

Click here for Randall’s blog


Feature Article in
Author – Cynthia Bunting, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
Excerpt – “Until now, the memories evoked by old ticket stubs were enjoyed solely by their owner — and perhaps a spouse or friend who’s tired of hearing the same old story. A new website lets people upload their favorite ticket stubs and share the stories and memories that go along with them.”

Click here for Cynthia’s full article


Feature article in The Wall Street Journal Online
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Author – Luke O’Neil
Excerpt – “”Food triggers memories, smells, and tickets trigger memories too,” says the site’s founder, Matt Peter. “When there are 80,000 people in a building watching a game, they all share one thing in common: that ticket stub.”

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Article in
Saturday, March 21, 2011
Author – Jeanette Mulvey, BusinessNewsDaily Managing Editor
Excerpt – “Peter envisions that the platform will evolve into a service that can be used to enhance other websites, such as those of artists, musicians and museums who want to let their fans share their stub stories, too.”

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beachpaperArticle in The Beach Paper &
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Author – Liz Hernandez
Excerpt – “When asked which of these stories submitted was Peter’s favorite it was difficult to pinpoint one, but he said, “At the moment my favorites are coming from high school students who are contributing their Stubstories as part of their English writing class”

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PHILLLY2Feature article in Greater Philadelphia Newspapers and

Sunday, May 29, 2011
Author – Dan Dunkin
Excerpt – “Whatever the ticket cost you, the experience was priceless…While our hunger for nostalgia is one driving element of the site, Peter says it’s important to post memories soon after attending events, so time doesn’t dilute the recollection. It’s a better story with more feeling and more memory,” he said. “Every ticket tells a story, not just every old ticket.”

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norristown-ron-owenFeature Article in Norristown Times Herald And
June 20, 2011

Author – Micki Fahner
Excerpt – “It makes you reflect,” Owen said, “It’s an interesting read, whether you are reading others’ stories or posting your own.” “We started this with no big picture idea,” Peter said. “It grew its own legs and started running on its own. I just try to steer it.”

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asburyparkpressFeature Article in New Jersey Press Media & Online
Asbury Park Press, Courier News, Courier-Post, The Daily Journal, Daily Record, Home News Tribune

Jan 17, 2012

Author – Steve Wood
Excerpt – “To most sports fans, a ticket stub to an August 2009 game between the Phillies and Florida Marlins started and lost, 3-2, by pedestrian pitcher Joe Blanton would’ve hit the wastebasket at the first turnstile or, at the latest, the next laundry day. But Gretchen Kaufman has held onto her nondescript ticket.
She and hundreds of others have shared their experience through story-swap website”
Click here for Steve’s full article