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76ers' Season-Ticket Package Sales Up More Than Double '11-12 Total
Published September 19, 2012
STRONG SALES IN THE BIG EASY: In New Orleans, John Reid noted the Hornets on Monday announced that they have "surpassed an average of 12,000 tickets sold per game this upcoming season, which includes partial and full-season season ticket packages, group sales and suites." It is the "highest tickets sold per game average prior to the season starting since the Hornets relocated from Charlotte, N.C., in 2002" (NOLA.com, 9/17).