BOGO Offer from the Wave

Discussion in 'Pro Indoor Soccer' started by IndoorSoccerNews, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. IndoorSoccerNews

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    BOGO $16 seats for game #2 of the Championship series...

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgwHy7otxyM"]Milwaukee Wave v Missouri Comets GM 2 MISL Playoffs US Cellular Arena March 11th 2012 - YouTube[/ame]


  2. Kit

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    Hate to get technical on you, but the Wave have 5 indoor titles, not 5 MISL titles. Three of their championships were in the NPSL, one was in MISL II, and one was in MISL III
  3. IndoorSoccerNews

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    You're talking about the video, and not me, right?

    I find the "world champions" thing a bit humorous too. Hardly even "regional champions" in these days of the MISL. Even "national champions" would be a far stretch of a claim...
  4. TheRealist67

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    Didn't members of the NHL's Original Six call themselves World Champions back in the day? Not saying it's valid, but it's not a claim that is unique to indoor.


  5. Kit

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    At least with the Original Six NHL, two countries were involved.
  6. TheRealist67

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    Canada's our 51st state.
  7. Wave Fan

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    Those BOGO seats were in the premier section, or the 400 level. Basically you're up so high you can nearly lick the ceiling rafters. There was a very good crowd yesterday and only a small portion of them were in the premier seats. But having the attendance over 5k was a bretty big crowd considering Baltimore only drew a about 800 more. I was impressed with the crowd size at both games given the short turnaround time to get tickets and the complete lack of coverage in both markets by the general media. The team however, for how much I've complained about the small amount of marketing in the past, did a fantastic job of advertising the finals.

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