Boise, ID (11/21/12) ? The Idaho Steelheads announced Friday that they have surpassed the Season-Ticket sales goal set for them by the ECHL league office, growing the Season-Ticket base by more than five percent this season. ?It?s always an internal goal of ours to increase Season-Ticket sales,? team president Eric Trapp noted. ?But the league set a goal for us and we?ve hit it.? The Steelheads were the fourth team in the 23-team league to reach the goal set by the ECHL front office. ?The economic hardships of recent years took its toll on our base of Season-Ticket holders, just like everyone else, but we?ve seen very positive things over the past two seasons,? Trapp continued. ?Our staff has done a great job connecting with customers and getting them excited about coming to downtown Boise to watch pro hockey.? Idaho plays all home games at CenturyLink Arena, which has the second-smallest capacity in the ECHL (5,006). The team averaged 3,905 fans per home game last season, nearly 80 percent of capacity (78 percent). Partial-season ticket plans are still available, including the 20-voucher ?Flex Plan,? starting at just $249 per plan. Fans receive 20 vouchers redeemable at their convenience for any game during the regular season with lower-bowl and upper-bowl options. Contact the Steelheads front office at 383-0080 for more information or visit the team?s website at www.idahosteelheads.com.
Season-Ticket sales grow for Steelheads
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