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Falcons' On-Field Success Translating Into Improved Seat License Sales For New Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 18 / 17

Seat license sales for the Falcons' new Mercedes-Benz Stadium "have rallied along with the team’s on-field performance in recent months, rising from less than 33,000 at the start of the season to more than 41,000 now," according to a front-page piece by Tim Tucker of the ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTI...

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