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Suns' Rowley: Money-Back Promotion About "Entire Organization"
Published December 7, 2012
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Data is not yet available on the number of fans who might request a refund, but Rowley anticipates the "vast majority" of attendees will not ask for their money back. He cited the early reaction from local media and fans, some of whom were interviewed by TNT's Craig Sager during the game broadcast. He said he was "surprised how much attention it got" from the media and "thrilled to see the positive reaction." When asked if the Suns would bring back the promotion or even make it a regular feature of their marketing, Rowley said, "It is important to see how the redemption actually goes, but I wouldn't remotely rule it out."