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FLAMES' CLUB SEATS NEXT YEAR TO DISPLACE TICKET HOLDERS
Published March 6, 1995
The Flames are launching a campaign to "salve" and "quel" the anger of season ticket-holders who will be displaced by renovations at the Calgary Saddledome, desgined to give the Flames 1,400 new club seats. 1,600 season-ticket holders will be displaced in the move, which will also include a 22% increase on tickets throughout the facility. Flames President Bill Hay: "It's simple. With our costs so high, we need this revenue. We need this to survive" (Tom Keyser, CALGARY HERALD, 3/4).