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FRANCHISE NOTES: ROUND-UP FROM NFL CITIES
Published September 6, 1995
Oakland Football Marketing Association officials acknowledged Tuesday that about 150 people were turned away from Sunday's game with the Chargers because of "foul-ups." The group said 150 game-day problems out of 34,000 season-ticket holders was a small number, and vowed to resolve the problems by the next home game (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 9/6)....The Panthers are still 23,000 tickets shy of selling out their first home game, making it highly likely the game will be blacked out in local TV markets (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 9/6). ....The Oilers need to sell 20,000 more tickets by noon on Thursday or their game against the Steelers will be blacked out locally (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 9/6).