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Sundogs go over the top in scissor-lift ticket campaign

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...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Sundogs go over the top in scissor-lift ticket campaign

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...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Minor-league hockey promotion fails

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...
Via Fox Sports
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Sundogs take ticket promotion to new heights

When Arizona Sundogs general manager Chris Presson proposed a promotion in which he and a few others would remain atop a 33-foot scissor lift until 300 season tickets were sold, he figured the venture would take two or three days. They've now entered Day 5. Roughly 98 hours into the "Whatever it Takes" promotion, Presson remains atop the lift on the corner of Highway...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Sundogs take ticket promotion to new heights

When Arizona Sundogs general manager Chris Presson proposed a promotion in which he and a few others would remain atop a 33-foot scissor lift until 300 season tickets were sold, he figured the venture would take two or three days. They've now entered Day 5. Roughly 98 hours into the "Whatever it Takes" promotion, Presson remains atop the lift on the corner of Highway...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss
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