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DEVIL RAYS TO HOLD FANFEST -- SELL TICKETS FOR FIRST TIME
Published August 29, 1995
The Devil Rays are planning to hold a fanfest at the Thunderdome this fall and allow fans to make their initial ticket deposits. Bill Chastain reports in this morning's TAMPA TRIBUNE that the team is waiting on ThunderDome improvements to come up with a seating chart. The team reports that it has approximately 33,000 season ticket reservations. Those with suite reservations and potential suite holders have been invited to the stadium to look over options tonight. Rays Managing General Partner Vince Naimoli claims the team has reservations for 54 suites (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 8/29).