Excitement Builds for Titanic's Debut in Athens, Greece
October 8, 2005
(OTC Bulletin Board: PXHB) today announced "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition"
will open in Athens, Greece on October 8, 2005. The exhibition will open at
the famed and newly restored "The Zappion", which was built in 1878 and is now
a state owned exhibition facility. "The Zappion" is a popular destination that
actually sits amongst the ruins of the original site of the Olympics. The
Exhibition is scheduled to run through March 2006.
Premier Exhibition's Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Arnie Geller, commented,
"Titanic's story has important links with Greece that include several of its
passengers and its sister ship the Britannic, which has its final resting
place off the island of Kea in the Aegean Sea. We look forward with great
anticipation to working with Ms. Georgette Athenos and her organization in our
collaborative effort to present this blockbuster Titanic exhibition to the
people of Greece."
Ms. Georgette Athenos, who is the Exhibition Director for the Greek
production stated, "We have been working for three years in an attempt to host
this wonderful attraction, and now anticipate that it will be a record
breaking success at The Zappion, a venue known as a world class destination
for both tourists and the local population."
Premier Exhibitions, Inc. is a major provider of museum quality touring
exhibitions throughout the world.
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Premier Exhibitions, Inc.