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SBD/March 21, 2012/Franchises
Bobcats Struggling On And Off The Court To Keep Fan, Media Attention
Published March 21, 2012
NO PRICE HIKE: Bobcats Exec VP and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Pete Guelli said that ticket prices “will be flat next season, meaning fans should get a slightly better product for the same price” in ‘12-13. In Charlotte, Erik Spanberg notes the team “cut prices for three years before raising and lowering some tickets for the current season.” The Bobcats have the NBA’s “worst record thus far in 2011-12” and with estimated “losses off the court of $25 million last season, the Bobcats and their fans could use some good news in the months ahead” (CHARLOTTE BUSINESS JOURNAL, 3/16 issue).