Amid Blizzard, NFL Moves Jets-Bills To Ford Field Royals Owner Shares Offseason Insights Double-A Missions Unveil New Logos, Uniforms Cuomo: "Impractical" To Play Game In Buffalo With Stanton Deal, Loria Gets Chance To Reboot Vikings Ready To Move On Without Peterson Yanks Expect Good Ticket Sales, Exceed Luxury Tax Falcons To Start Selling PSLs In Early '15 Leafs Execs Criticized For Poor On-Ice Results MLS Atlanta President Gives First Interview
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).