How would you organize stadium attendance to boost fan bonding while gaining adequate income?
We already have one model: Green Bay. Never an empty seat in a snowstorm. Always a waiting list for the honor of attending a game against an 0 and 15 team. As you probably know, GB’s model of area ownership is now banned by the league of billionaires as hopelessly democratic.
But what’s not banned is a system that rewards long-standing fans from attending a game now and again under a different system. Challenge: Can you design a strategy that allows for a segment of seats – some of them very good seats – that could revolve in such a way that the entire Bay Area could feel that those in the less than 8 percent who make more than $150K per year could attend a game or two per year without scalping?