Lions See a Big Increase in Season-Ticket Sales

Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News reports the combination of a four-game win streak to close the 2010 season and no raise in ticket prices for 2011 has spurred a “significant” increase in season-ticket sales for the upcoming season, according to team president Tom Lewand.

“We are significantly ahead of where we were last year and last year we experienced significant growth over 2009,” he said. “The trend has continued and even accelerated in 2011 vs. 2010. We are up significantly in new ticket sales and we’re up also significantly in our overall season-ticket base with renewals on existing season-ticket holders.”

Lewand said, “This year, we have significant demand, particularly for good locations, and that’s a dynamic that’s in existence.”

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