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NFL Team Experiences Major Internal Turmoil… “Can’t Fill The Seats Anymore”

We’re definitely not surprised that teams are hurting more than ever right now. Team owners and the league executives, including commissioner Roger Goodell, have failed the sport and our country on so many levels by letting players disrespect the flag.

Decreased ticket sales and ratings is only the start…

Breitbart reports:

Like many other NFL teams, the Baltimore Ravens are worried about the thousands of empty seats in their stadium.

Despite having a previous history of selling out each game since the team moved from Cleveland, the Ravens were suddenly forced to take out advertisements to induce fans to buy tickets at much-reduced prices.

The team has a long history of sold-out seasons at M&T Bank Stadium, but last week, as Week 13 began, the Ravens were seen taking out advertisements touting cheaper tickets with a campaign saying “Win Together. Purchase your tickets today,” according to the Baltimore Sun.

But, the campaign may be a tough sell as fans have already been trying to unload the tickets they already have for as low as $29 on Ticketmaster, eBay or other secondary markets.

According to the Sun:

“The Ravens are finding themselves in the same situation as a lot of NFL teams this year,” said T.J. Brightman, president of A. Bright Idea, a public relations and marketing firm with offices in Bel Air and California. “There is a disengagement by fans across the country stemming from the daily and weekly stories the NFL league office confronts.”

Indeed, photos of empty seats in Baltimore have crowded social media all season. And Sunday’s game was no different:

A large photo from last month is also amazing for the number of empty seats visible in M&T Bank Stadium.

According to the Sun’s Jeff Barker, the team launched the ad campaign in hopes of inflating ticket prices on the secondary market to “help fans” sell their tickets. But the team’s vice president for ticket sales and operations, Baker Koppelman, also admitted that the ad campaign was unusual.

Koppelman told the paper, “it is relatively new for us to advertise or promote ticket sales when we’ve sold out every game in our history.”

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9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Paul

    December 5, 2017 at 1:37 am

    CONTINUE TO BOYCOTT

    • Mark Clancy

      December 5, 2017 at 3:20 am

      Lets keep the BOYCOTT going boy’s. It is doig the job. Lets shut them down.

  2. Lonnie Jarman

    December 5, 2017 at 2:43 am

    Hahahahaha when will hey learn?

  3. Dave Dolan

    December 5, 2017 at 2:57 am

    Good, I hope it get’s worse. Let these arrogant players, Owner and that dick head Goodell just how the fans and viewers feel about this crap. Let the teams all go broke, then we’ll see who stands with their hearts!

  4. Hank

    December 5, 2017 at 3:38 am

    Scrap the entire NFL, Bust the Union, fire ALL current Players who knelt, sat or stayed in locker room or other wise dishonored Our Military, Flag, Anthem and Country. Start new League next year with NO UNION and Free players who honors America, Our Flag and Anthem.

  5. Ed

    December 5, 2017 at 3:41 am

    The NFL has officially shot themselves in the foot.
    Football was so popular because it wasn’t political.
    Come game day, it was your team vs my team and your team sucks.
    That was all there was too it.

    However, the whiners have turned it into a MASSIVE political load of BS.
    So now, people are sick of the children and the fact they seem to be so out of touch with reality.
    If they actually gave a hoot about the black community they would take 3 games worth of pay and open some business in the high unemployment areas instead of telling the world how terrible it is being black while leaning on their 100k sports cars.

  6. Drew Dowdy

    December 5, 2017 at 12:55 pm

    They could fill the seats with manikins with altering sizes and clothes to give the illusion that people actually have a demand for the NFL’s kneeling bullshit.

  7. David Thurston

    December 5, 2017 at 1:48 pm

    How is Goodell still employed ?!?

  8. Kathy

    December 6, 2017 at 1:53 am

    Wonder if they will soon have to have black outs because they don’t sell out on tickets. Oh, the pain!!

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