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A pair of NBA teams are mulling a new incentive that would put season ticket holders on the court for each and every home game. Well, sort of.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks are seeking league approval to print on their parquet floors the names of fans who purchase membership to specific loyalty clubs, according to SportsBusiness Journal.
Each team’s plans differ slightly (the Cavs would look to place the names on the apron surrounding the court, while Milwaukee hopes to utilize space in play near the half-court line, sources told SBJ), and they are both subject to the whims of the commissioner’s office. But if approved, both programs could be put in place by the time the 2013-14 season tips off next month.
Incentives resembling these have been in place for years among pro sports teams, though they typically involve ticket holders’ names being displayed elsewhere in the stadium, ballpark or arena (personalized bricks are especially prevalent). Migrating the monikers to ...
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The Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks are waiting for approval from the NBA to put the names of season-ticket holders onto their playing floors.
The plan would give another benefit to their year-round membership and fan loyalty clubs.
The Cavaliers are proposing putting holders' names on the sideline aprons, while the Bucks would put the names near the halfcourt line on...
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Ever wanted to have your name on an NBA court?
Well, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks might be the first two NBA teams to do so as they might offer season ticket holders that special honor.
Check out some of the details from Sports Business Daily:
The teams, Cleveland and Milwaukee, intend the plan as another benefit tied to their year-round membership and fan-loyalty...
In the latest attempt from professional sports teams to increase their revenue, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly awaiting league approval on a proposal that would allow them to put the names of season-ticket holders on their home courts.
The plan would allow names of season-ticket holders who are part of loyalty clubs to be placed on the apron surrounding...
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Are you a Milwaukee Bucks or Cleveland Cavaliers season-ticket holder? Your name could soon be engraved in and around the playing court if the NBA approves the project.
According to Sports Business Daily:
Two NBA teams are awaiting league approval of a plan that would put the names of season-ticket holders on their playing floors.
One source said the Cavaliers are proposing...
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