Originally Posted by Alexander
Step away and employ better people to get the talent on the field instead of worry just as much about how popular the brand is off of it.
It is not that hard.
A lot of teams manage to do it.
The product on the field generates the demand. He is fortunate he has a surplus of interest built up since the 1970s that still generates interest in "America's Team".
It should be an embarassing sign he is able to sell tickets to opposing teams fans more than those who come to support the team.
It might be "smart business" to generate cash in his pocket, but it speaks volumes about how important this team winning is to him.
He wants it all.
That is what people fail to understand. And in a way, he does not understand it either.
He will never have it all. He is not that good.
[View Full Quote]But in the end, if he gets enough people to show up to see his stadium just as much as the product on the field, he will be happy.
nice post, now what the hell does any of this have to do with Bears fans buying tickets?