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Bay Area Team Season Ticket Sales Underway

08/08/2003, 3:18pm EDT
By National Lacrosse League

When season tickets went on sale Monday, July 28th, Bay Area Professional Lacrosse and Silicon Valley Sports & Entertainment (SVS&E) executives were anticipating a positive response from Bay Area fans, but the response so far has surpassed expectations.

"The response from the lacrosse community is very promising," said Johnny Mouradian, Bay Area Professional Lacrosse General Manager. "We have made many connections at the grass roots level and everyone is excited about the team and expects great support and participation from Bay Area sports fans."

In less than one week and with virtually no advertising since season tickets went on sale, more than 200 seats have been snapped up for the start of professional lacrosse in San Jose. Season ticket packages range from $120 -$360, which makes Bay Area Professional Lacrosse an affordable event for the entire family.

There are many benefits that come along with being a Bay Area Lacrosse season ticket holder including: a savings of up to $5.00 per ticket off the single game price; the same great seat at HP Pavilion game after game; guaranteed first shot to purchase playoff tickets; option to renew or relocate your seat each year and other special season ticket holder amenities.

Professional lacrosse is one of the country's fastest growing spectator sports. Be there to experience all of the non-stop, heart-pounding action live at HP Pavilion. Great seats are still available. Call 408.999.5700 or visit bayarealacrosse.com for more information.

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