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04/06/2013

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fred

at the michigan vs bowling green game a few years ago attendance was poor at the huntington center. here are 2 regional teams within an hours drive from toledo. but their fans don't show up. maybe this needs better marketing plans

John_Wagner

Not that I disagree, Fred, but you are talking about a regular-season game (in November, if I remember correctly).

Also, what was the incentive for Michigan fans to drive to Toledo for that game? I thought Miami and Notre Dame fans had an incentive to drive, and to some degree chose not to.

fred

john- i know how difficult it is to get tickets to a game at yost. i have been there several times and it is an exciting place. my wife and i went that night at huntington hoping there would be a little excitement, but it seemed there were not very many michigan fans there. if i remeber right, tickets were not expensive like the ncaa tournament was

Chris

So the BIG QUESTION??? ... What are Toledo's chances of hosting this event again?

Chris

So the BIG QUESTION??? ... What are Toledo's chances of hosting this event again?

Chris

So the BIG QUESTION??? ... What are Toledo's chances of hosting this event again?

Chris

It obvious that by those numbers that the majority of the people at the games are people that traveled to see the their team play. They should take that in consideration as they are planning these events. Besides how many people are going to pay 75 dollars to watch a college hockey game.

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