Author Topic: MLB & Division Watching (2018)  (Read 26529 times)

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Offline dcpatti

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Re: Re: MLB & Division Watching (2017)
« Topic Start: January 03, 2018, 09:53:07 AM »
Half of their attendance is unpaid and they still can’t get people to show up. Now they’re fielding a shell of a team and expecting a massive bump in revenue

To be fair, the business proposal is going to always present the best possible scenario, since that's how you attract investors.
Looks like they're targeting about a $7 million increase in ticket revenue in the coming season, which works out to around $84k per home game (or $42 per ticket x 2000 tickets). Like I said, they are going to have to have really good marketing. Expect a lot of promos and giveaways, group deals and partnerships.  Their current sales levels are so low that they've got nowhere to go but up.  Market to the super casual fan who didn't know who was on the roster to begin with and cram as much entertainment value as you can into that ticket. They have their work cut out for them.  It'll be interesting to see what they come up with.