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TIGERS POISED TO POUNCE ON TICKET SALES
Published April 23, 1996
Though January's formal proposal for the Tigers' new, 42,000-seat stadium included 65 private suites, the team is now considering increasing that number to 70-75 suites, according to Robert Ankeny of CRAIN's DETROIT BUSINESS. Tigers Vice President Dave Glazier says a phone campaign to solicit luxury box candidates will begin in 30 days, but the team is getting a healthy amount of interest from the business community (CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS, 4/15 issue).