Found April 25, 2013 on Fox Sports:
PLAYERS: Jason Morgan
TEAMS: Arizona Coyotes
In keeping with the team's official slogan, the Arizona Sundogs of the Central Hockey League vowed to do "whatever it takes" to sell 300 season tickets for the upcoming season. But when the Phoenix Coyotes affiliate, located in Prescott Valley, decided to hoist its team captain and three members of the front office staff into the air on a scissor lift on Sunday as part of the latest idiosyncratic minor league promotion to hopefully go viral, it's unlikely anyone suspected that they'd still be up there -- four days later. That's exactly what happened, however, and now Sundogs co-owner Brad Fain, GM Chris Presson, captain Jason Morgan and PR director Lew Rees are wondering when, exactly, they'll be getting down. The gimmick kicked off on Sunday at noon, when Fain, Presson, Morgan and Rees were lifted into the sky after agreeing to camp out near the intersection of Glassford Hill Road and Highway 69 and not come down until the team had reached its goal ...
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