Skulsky was just on the Bill Good Show for the past hour. He said when they are finished their season ticket campaign, they will be sitting around 17,000 to 18,000 season tickets sold. The goal is to sellout Empire for all 9 games.
Wasn't the season ticket base around 23,000 or 24,000 a couple of years ago? I think that number took a huge hit after the 2008 season with the departure of some popular players — never mind the passing of Bob Ackles.
(we were at this time last year 21,000)
i CAN NOT SEE THE LIONS SELLING OUT EVERY GAME UNLESS THEY ARE ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN THE LEAGUE .
i SAY THEY WILL HIT AROUND THE 25,000 MARK AS A AVERAGE ATTENDACE, I AM REALY DISSAPOINTED IN THE RESPONSE
OF SEASON TICKETS.
GOES TO SHOW WHEN YOU START LOSING PLAYERS LIKE MALLET, EVERY YEAR TO THE NFL PEOPLE ARE NOT GOING TO COME OUT. WHAT IS HAPPING IS EVERYTIME WE GET A SUPERSTAR , LIKE LOGAN, MALLET,THEY ARE GONE , SO WE SHOULD NOT EVEN TAKE THEM ON THE TEAM JUST GETS THE HOPES UP HOW GOOD THEY ARE AND THAT IS IT.HISTORY.