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Eventbrite manages your event tickets for you and Salesforce manages your contacts and accounts. When a new registrant signs up in Eventbrite, send the contact over to Salesforce and if there is an associated account attach a note to it.
### How it works
- Create contact in Salesforce
### Customization Options
You can send emails out. You can check to see if the contact already exist.
### What you need to use this recipe
No special setup or customization is required to run this recipe. You should have an Eventbrite and a Salesforce account that is enabled for API. Add your credentials in the connections section if you are not already connected to the apps.
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