Why can't CFL teams sellout their stadiums more often?
Every team outside of Toronto has the fan base to sellout their stadiums.
They do it once in awhile.
But they can't seem to get these people to come back for every game.
Is this the teams fault for not being more aggressive in getting people to come back?
Is it the lack of decent stadiums? Are the stadiums hard to get to? Is there not enough promotion?
I don't know, but its strange how CFL teams have so much trouble trying to sell their reasonably priced tickets when they have the fan base to do it.
Espeically when they only play 9 home games a year, and the stadiums aren't that huge.
But every year its the same thing.
Thousands of empty seats every week.
Me thinks somebody at the league head office should be trying to figure this problem out.