NPSL Team Sells Out 3 Games In A Row After Artificially Capping The Number Of Available Tickets To One

Franklin, IA - The Lee County Sommeliers, today, announced their third consecutive sell out after artificially capping the number of tickets available to one.

  "An immense crowd here tonight as the fan pours into the grounds ahead of the matchup." Photo by: Don Harder

 

"An immense crowd here tonight as the fan pours into the grounds ahead of the matchup."

Photo by: Don Harder

"We realized that the issue isn't a lack of interest, but rather that 99% of our ticket sales go unused," stated Sommelier general manager Dick Canard. "When we removed the impediment towards selling out our full allotment of tickets, namely the full allotment of tickets, we began to sell out our grounds instantaneously. "

The Sommeliers play on Quick Cash Enterprises Field at Christian Herschler Winery park to a raucous supporters group of 1 who celebrate by a ceremonial pulling of the cork for every goal. The Midwest Wine Country Firm secretary and president, Carl Engall, stated that he is excited for the upcoming 4th consecutive game of the stands being filled to the capacity of one.

"Now that we are selling out the stadium every game, I expect to see more people coming on board to help carry on my traditions, because as soon as my car is fixed I'm heading out to Burlington to get out of here," stated Engall.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the Sommeliers send out a season ticket survey about adding additional season tickets to their one season ticket holder.