After garnering international attention Thursday, a five-day ordeal atop a 33-foot scissor lift came to an end Friday morning for four representatives of the Arizona Sundogs minor-league hockey franchise.
It took 120 hours, but Sundogs general manager Chris Presson, co-owner Brad Fain, team captain Jason Morgan and public relations director Lew Rees finally got to rejoin civilization at noon (Pacific time), coming down from their temporary elevated home, where they had planted themselves until the team sold 300 season tickets.
Actually, the 300th season ticket sold around 8:45 a.m. Friday, meaning it took about 117 hours to complete the "Whatever it Takes" campaign promotion Presson hatched about a week before the group first climbed into the lift around noon last Sunday.
We have officially reached our goal!Thank you to everyone who came out and showed their support.We couldn't have done it without you! Arizona Sundogs (@ArizonaSundogs) April 26, 2013
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