Posted 20 August 2014 - 03:06 PM
Sounds like a good idea to me. Don't underestimate how many local corporations/business are locked/pricked out of MSG. Similarly, there are companies that have corporate Yankees seats and there are companies that settle for the Mets. I have zero doubt that the Isles will get a huge boost from corporate sales, especially with all the companies that have opened up in Brooklyn the past 5 years.
Err, that will maybe come to pass if the Islanders become a really, really good team. As people have been noting, the place is just awkward for hockey. Also, anecdotally anyway, since the 2008 crash, companies are becoming less and less willing to spend big money for sports tickets. I'm not saying no companies will, but the area just has too many venues and clubs competing for even fewer corporate dollars. No matter how hip Brooklyn becomes, very few companies are going to spend big money to see the Islanders just for the sake of going.
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