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Date Posted: Saturday, March 08, 06:46:42pm
Author: Andy Furman (To: Fraedo)
Subject: Re: All the empty Albany seats
In reply to: Fraedo 's message, "All the empty Albany seats" on Saturday, March 08, 06:20:54pm

I couldn't agree more -- but first we need to move all the SPC games to the Armory and sell it out.

It can be done -- if I get the AD spot it will be done.


Andy Furman

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[> Re: All the empty Albany seats -- Andy Furman (To: fraedo), Saturday, March 08, 08:55:44pm [1]

Quick question -- looking over the schedule this past season, please answer me this:

a. how popular were the Saturday/Sunday afternoon games?
b. would fans prefer Saturday night games?
c. why Friday night home games--doesn't that conflict with the high schools?
d. your guess, would fans like to see all games moved to the Jersey City Armory?

Thanks,
Andy Furman


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