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SBD/February 28, 2013/Franchises
Coyotes Seeing Increase In Attendance, Paid Ticket Sales; TV Ratings Also Up
Published February 28, 2013
WIND BENEATH THEIR WINGS: In Detroit, Michael Martinez noted the Red Wings last week sent season-ticket holders a coupon booklet that contains "six coupons for $3 beer," six more "for $1 pop at 16 ounces and a $25 merchandise coupon valid at Joe Louis Arena and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy." Season-ticket holders also received "free passes to Olympia Entertainment shows and invitations to special events" (DETROIT NEWS, 2/24).