ATLANTA, November 2, 2015: Premier Exhibitions, Inc. (NASDAQ:PRXI) (“Premier”), a leading presenter of museum-quality touring exhibitions around the world, announced that on November 1, 2015, it acquired the outstanding shares of Dinoking Tech Inc. (“Dinoking”) through the issuance of Premier shares and shares exchangeable for Premier shares.
ATLANTA, October 30, 2015: Premier Exhibitions, Inc. (NASDAQ:PRXI) “Premier” or the “Company”, a leading presenter of museum-quality touring exhibitions around the world, announced that, at a special meeting of shareholders on October 29, 2015, its shareholders voted in favor of all of the proposals presented to the meeting and necessary to approve the acquisition by the Company of the outstanding shares of Dinoking Tech Inc.
NEW YORK, NY, September 30, 2015 – Archaeologist Howard Carter captured the world’s imagination nearly a century ago when he made the astounding discovery of the undisturbed tomb of Tutankhamun. Beginning November 21, Premier Exhibitions 5th Avenue, 417 5th Avenue NYC, unveils Th
On May 1 and May 2, Premier Exhibitions, Inc. is hosting a Job Fair seeking qualified candidates for over 40 positions. The venue, Premier Exhibitions 5th Avenue, will debut with the highly anticipated SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: THE EXHIBITION (http://www.snltheexhibition.com) celebrating the 40-year history of the groundbreaking television program.
Tickets are on sale now for New York City’s newest must-see attraction – SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: THE EXHIBITION, opening May 30, 2015 at PREMIER EXHIBITIONS 5th AVENUE – a brand-new state-of-the-art special events and exhibition center located at 417 Fifth Avenue in New York City. Tickets are available now at http://www.SNLtheexhibition.com and are priced at $29.
On April 10, 1912, Titanic left Southampton for Cherbourg, its second port of call. Here some of the wealthiest passengers boarded for the trip to New York City. Concluding their travels, the Astors and Margaret Brown, as well as many others, traveled from St.Lazare Station in Paris to the great maritime center in Cherbourg. Today, the 1933 center is now part of La Cité de la Mer, a maritime museum featuring exhibits about underwater exploration and the voy
In spite of the fragile quality of glass, many glass artifacts were recovered from the wreck site debris field. Many objects were issued by the White Star Line for use on board Titanic. These included butter plates, vases, and glassware for table service. All of these would have been marked with a White Star Line logo, usually an etched image of its swallowtail flag. However, some personal objects belonging to passengers have also been recovered.
Titanic’s opulent forward Grand Staircase descended through seven decks from Boat to F Decks with entrance halls on every level. Its elegant glass dome and 50-light chandelier illuminated the staircase ornamentation including the carved oak banister adorned with inlaid iron and gilded bronze scrollwork.