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SBD/Issue 25/Front Page
Published October 17, 2006
“The thing that we battle most in this market is that we’re always sold out, and nobody tries to buy tickets. That perception being lifted by tonight’s game, I think, will drive a lot of sellouts here in the future.”
Kroenke Sports Enterprises Exec VP & CMO Paul Andrews, on the Avalanche’s 487-game sellout streak ending (DENVER POST, 10/17).