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THE WHALERS LAST STAND?
Published March 14, 1996
A marketing effort which would include a major initiative to sell season tickets throughout CT may "ultimately decide" the fate of the Whalers, according to the HARTFORD COURANT. CT Lt. Gov Jodi Rell will help coordinate the campaign, which has an "unofficial" goal of doubling the team's season ticket base to 10,000. Rell: "I don't want to say it's do or die time here, but we are at a crossroads" (Swift & Arace, HARTFORD COURANT, 3/14).