Company Timeline

 

2015

SNL: The Exhibition opens as the first exhibition in 'Premier on 5th', the New York permanent location.


2014

Extreme Dinosaurs opens in Atlanta, GA. Discovery of King Tut debuts in Union Station, Kansas City.


2013

Pompeii opens at the Franklin Museum in Philadelphia, PA


2012

Company announces its intent to divest of RMS Titanic, Inc. subsidiary. Company acquires assets of Arts and Exhibitions International and the rights to King Tut, Cleopatra, Real Pirates, and America I Am exhibitions.


2011

Court grants RMS Titanic, Inc. in-specie award granting the Company ownership of the all recovered artifacts. Company split into two operating entities (exhibition management and content) to facilitate strategic opportunities.


2010

Company’s RMS Titanic, Inc. subsidiary receives salvage award of $110M. Leads company’s 8th expedition to the Titanic wrecksite.


2009

Over aggressive expansion results in severe downturn in short-term financial performance. Sellers Capital, with 16% ownership, gains board seats and eventual control of the Board investing an additional $12 million in new convertible debt. Eventually converted into common shares moving Sellers Capital’s ownership to 47%.


2008

Expands exhibition portfolio – adds Dialog in the Dark, Star Trek The Exhibition. Purchases merchandising subsidiary to market company’s and other entity’s retail operations.


2007

Company generates EBITDA of $25.6 million – reaches $500 million in market cap.


2006

Registered on NASDAQ.


2004

First BODIES exhibition in Blackpool, England.


1994

RMS Titanic, Inc. named Salvor-in-Possession of Titanic wreck site. First Titanic exhibition in London.


1993

RMS Titanic, Inc. incorporated to explore Titanic wreckage.
Additional 3,500 artifacts recovered from Titanic wreck site. (1993-2004)


1987

Titanic Ventures LP recovers 2,000 artifacts from Titanic wreck site.