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Published September 18, 1998
The MLS Fusion has reduced ticket prices, cutting their $600 sideline season-ticket package to $288 for adults and $180 for children under 12. The Fusion had the third- highest prices in the league and the third-lowest attendance at 10,446 (MIAMI HERALD, 9/18)....Cablevision's The Wiz will sponsor field trips to Shea Stadium on September 18 and September 22, when it will donate 5,000 tickets to area charities and not-for-profit groups (The Wiz)....IHL Long Beach Ice Dogs Owner Barry Kemp is interviewed in the LONG BEACH BUSINESS JOURNAL. Kemp, on his target demo for hockey in CA: "I think we have to secure our core audience first. It would be foolish to spend too much time specializing all of our marketing" (LONG BEACH BUSINESS JOURNAL, 9/15).