Bills Set Fifteen-Year High for Season Ticket Sales
The Buffalo Bills announced today that they've surpassed 50,000 season tickets sold for next season.
The total is the team's highest since 1993, the Bills said, and surpasses last season's total by about 1,800.
The ticket-selling success comes at a time when questions have been raised about the franchise's longterm viability in Buffalo, with the team having arranged to play a limited number of its home games in Toronto in coming seasons.
"This certainly highlights the passion and commitment this region has for the Buffalo Bills and NFL football," Russ Brandon, the Bills' chief operating officer, said in a written statement released by the club. "With nearly four months remaining before the season opener, we expect momentum to continue."
By Mark Maske |
May 22, 2008; 2:34 PM ET
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