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#11 bigdog10

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 07:56 PM

Where is your PSL and how much do you want for it?


My two are in 104. You seriously want to buy?

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:00 PM

My two are in 104. You seriously want to buy?


No he was trying to make a point. A point which I understand and full heartedly disagree with. However the cam thrives on excitement from fans and I think that's why we play well during away games against good teams.

We need to bring that home.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:13 PM

I've given my tickets away multiple times to charity and to some family members. I think it's just sad that our fan base is so willing to give their seats up and give them another teams fan. How can a team play for their city when their city/state isn't even behind them.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:14 PM

I'm also upset with the rules in the stadium, can't stand up or cheer for your team because your other bandwagon fanbase can't see and doesn't wnat to stop drinking their wine and eating their cheese

#15 Carolina Mike

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:16 PM

I've given my tickets away multiple times to charity and to some family members.


That's great to hear. I wish more people would do that rather than selling them to other teams fans.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:17 PM

No he was trying to make a point. A point which I understand and full heartedly disagree with. However the cam thrives on excitement from fans and I think that's why we play well during away games against good teams.

We need to bring that home.


I'm not trying to be a smartass. I'm interested in unloading them, and was kind of shocked to see someone inquire about pouring their hard earned money into such a pitiful product as a Carolina panther set of psls

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:26 PM

To the OP - Nobody will buy your PSLs, seriously.
To potential buyers - You must get ripped off a lot?
Why are there so many opposing fans at our games? - They want to see their team play, and our fans don't. Why? Because we suck. Really that simple.

I'd like to add that at this point I have absolutely no problem at all with our fans selling their tickets to the visiting team. If you want to send a message to Jerry - sell your tickets to the other team. That speaks louder than not showing up.

#18 Brooklyn Bully

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:37 PM

It's JR's philosophy and won't change until after he's gone. If he has a say in who the nexy owners are, it'll be more of the same.

#19 Kevin Greene

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:43 PM

I'd like to add that at this point I have absolutely no problem at all with our fans selling their tickets to the visiting team. If you want to send a message to Jerry - sell your tickets to the other team. That speaks louder than not showing up.



IMHO I'd say it's much better not to even go, JR cant bleed your wallet while you're in the Stadium.
See 2010, Dodger fans and the whole Frank McCourt fiasco. Dodgers draw 3 million plus every year but that season fans stayed away in droves.
MLB helped show McCourt's ass out the door.

#20 cdandi1

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 11:48 PM

No one can expect an amazing atmosphere when the team is under 20 years old. The fan base majority is panther fans growing up with no NFL team or cheering for another (winning teams, falcons, skins, etc). A fan base is complex and takes time to mature and grow. I am in my early twenties and in the first group of panthers fans that grew with the team and know no other NFL franchise.

Once panther fans my age grow older and have more income and can invest into the team tickets wise, the fan base will remain hot and cold.

Unfortunately, if the team wins the fans base shines and when they don't it is not mature enough, as a fan base, to remain strong throughout. The first ever PSL owners built the stadium and were the beginning of what is a great love affair. Unfortunately they are becoming older and like things more quaint and don't want to deal with typical fan experiences.

The panther fan base will continue to grow and a new generation of PSL owners and season ticket holders will begin to emerge in the next decade. All the transplants that call charlotte/carolinas home are older with kids my age who are growing up panthers fans (My dad is and always has been a colts fan) and they will soon be old enough to buy tickets, etc.

IMO.

TL;DR - the fan base is still young and growing..give it time for the panther only generation to grow up.


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