It's been six days since the Arizona Sundogs' owner and GM were buried in a dumpster until they reached their goal of 300 season tickets sold. They are not anywhere close to their goal.
Last year, the Arizona Sundogs—the Central Hockey League affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes—put their co-owner, GM, captain, and marketing director in a scissor lift until they sold 300 season tickets. (It took six grueling days, but they did it.) The Sundogs have another stunt this year, but this time, people are being…
Yesterday we brought you the story of a minor league hockey ticket promotion that has turned into a test of endurance. The sun has risen, we've hit hour 115, and the prisoners remain aloft until the Sundogs can hit their season ticket quota. But they're oh-so-close.
On Sunday, an Arizona minor league hockey team's owner, GM, captain, and marketing director perched themselves atop a scissor lift. They would not come down, they declared, until the team sold 300 season tickets. It has been 94 hours. The team has not sold 300 season tickets. They are still up there. Please send help.