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Mirage group sales are a dime a dozen to sports franchises. Typically, it’s the type of prospective group leaders, who don’t have a history of purchasing from the team, who direct-contact the sales department, inquiring about potentially doing a group night. In-bound group sales calls can be an exciting revenue

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JDeMeo
Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/taoep0505.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS Stadium security is a subject that no one wants to talk about, but it affects the fan experience in every facet. James DeMeo has helped open several high profile sports facilities, including The Barclay Center in Brooklyn and Cedar Park

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There is always a franchise executive or athletic administrator who claims that a good walk-up crowd is just around the corner. And be rest assured that when they say “walk-up” crowd, they are guesstimating something that cannot be measured. Because an instant crowd is similar to a mirage. The franchise

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Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

Oh, no, the attendance isn’t there. No one is in the stands. You’ve tried your best at promoting the event, yet no one has shown up. Quick, fast solution: Give away free tickets. That’s right, you’re going to become a paperhanger. Because it works, right? Actually, in many cases, free

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BCrow
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0159.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSFan experience is one of the main reasons on why people renew or decline to attend live events. Brian Crow’s Gameday Consulting helps teams such as the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, reinvest itself in fan engagement. That means from top to bottom,

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Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

An increase of fans at the turnstiles is always an overall positive, but there is also a calculable threshold for each team where additional fans can actually harm the per cap average for revenue. Let me explain before I’m burned at the stake as a heretic: Every franchise wants more

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