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10-29-2003, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Enoch
Prime example of an optimist
No, prime example of a realist.

Let's say you see a comercial for a cell phone. You buy the cell phone. The phone constantly breaks, isn't reliable, and causes more frustration than personal gain. Would you buy the cell phone again if they had a really cool commercial on TV?

The Predator's cell phone costs approx $300 a night for a family of four.

The vast majority of Nashvillians have been to a Predators game. They know what the product is. It's shaky, unreliable, and can be extremely frustrating. Some of us have become loyal because it's the only product on the Nashville market for professional hockey. Others that were once loyal are dropping like flies. I really doubt a commercial is going to convince that group to start spending $300 a night for a Predators game again.

I'd rather them spend the marketing money on player salaries. The best way to market a product is to have a good product.

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