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HEAD OF SPECTRA FOODS BUYS 300 TIX FOR GRIZZLIES "DRIVE"
Published November 18, 1994
Wayne Holm, co-CEO of Spectra Group, a Vancouver based restaurant and food distribution group has purchased 300 season tickets for the Grizzlies inaugural season. The sale is a "big boost" to the Grizzlies' goal of selling 12,500 season tickets by December 31. Grizzlies VP/GM Stu Jackson announced the team's "magic number" is now 4,390 tickets to be sold by the end of the year. The 300 tickets would be available to Spectra's employees. Holm said Spectra would not be awarded a catering contract at General Motors place, but did hope that there "will be promotions involving us, such as news conference and players at our restaurant for luncheons" (Dan Stinson, VANCOUVER SUN, 11/18).