Bowlen Resigning Control Of Broncos Sterling Files Another Suit To Block Sale Bengals Owner Taking Back Seat In Running Team NFL Jets Nix Paper Tix, Introduce Rewards Maple Leafs Name Kyle Dubas Assistant GM TFC-Tottenham Friendly Highlights Partnership John Harbaugh Uncertain On Rice Discipline LGBT Group Protests Giants Hiring Tyree NFL Franchise Notes Sterling, Ballmer Meet About Clippers Sale
Upcoming Conferences and Events
LOCAL BANKS CATCHING SILVER AND BLACK FEVER IN OAKLAND
Published September 7, 1995
The Oakland Football Marketing Association will unveil a loan program today designed to allow poorer fans to finance the purchase of Raiders season tickets and/or PSLs. Robert Salladay reports in this morning's OAKLAND TRIBUNE that the program, backed by MBNA America, Wells Fargo, Union Bank and Bank of America, will offer loans between $1,000 and $25,000 for fans to purchase tickets. The program is designed for those without much credit, according to Salladay. Rates will range from 13.11- 21.48%. The loans will must be paid back in 2-7 years (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 9/7).