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AFL Predators Offer "Performance Guarantee" To Ticket Holders
Published January 23, 2013
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Predators Managing Partner Brett Bouchy created the new plan, which he said will be offered for as long as he owns the franchise. He has owned the team since '98. The team last year averaged 12,880 fans per game and the team currently has about 7,000 season-ticket holders. “It is easy to sell tickets when you are winning. It’s not so easy when you are losing,” Bouchy said. “It is about creating more value for season-ticket holders if we lose, and this is the answer.” The AFL season begins in April.