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FIRST UNION HELPS PREDATORS TOP 10,000 SEASON TICKETS SOLD
Published March 11, 1998
Boosted by a commitment from First Union Bank to buy 250 season tickets, the NHL Predators have now sold 10,124 season tickets for their inaugural '98-'99 season. The team must sell 12,000 season tickets by March 31 to reach the NHL's expansion condition deadline (Predators)....In Nashville, Jeff Legwold reports that the Predators will have to sell an average of 93.8 season tickets per day to reach the 12,000 season ticket mark (TENNESSEAN, 3/11).