NFL Tickets Under Fire
The folks who buy NFL tickets are a fun group of people. We get rowdy, we yell, we scream, but for the most part it’s all in good fun. We’ve had a lot to deal with over the past few months of the offseason as the warriors of the NFl haven’t all proven to be worthy of our admiration. Now comes the indictment of Michael Vick, a troublesome development for fans with Atlanta Falcons tickets, to be sure.
But what disturbs me even more is the introduction of PETA into the mix. The animal rights group is planning a protest of the NFL because Vick has not yet been crucified or burned at the stake by the league. Now we certainly don’t endorse dogfighting in any way. But what we do endorse is waiting to see just what Vick might actually have done. It wouldn’t be the first time an athlete of some stature has been taken advantage of or deceived by those around him. Let’s chill until all the facts are in, OK PETA?
On to other news.
Sergio Garcia is making British Open tickets interesting as he makes par to keeep a narrow lead.
Pennsylvania 500 tickets for next weeks race at Pocono are looking better and better. It’s getting down to the nitty gritty as NASCAR heads to the home stretch and the Chase for the Nextel Cup.
It’s not too earlt to start thinking about Wimbledon tickets. Or a great Christmas present for your husband. See how neatly these two thoughts fit together?
As unbelievable as it may seem, NHL Hockey tickets are being dusted off even as we speak (Or even as you read). The NHL season gets underway Sept. 29th.
And finally, if you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas and need tickets to the biggest shows don’t depend on your concierge. Besides having a title that’s hard to pronounce they can’t always get tickets at the last minute. Let Frontrow.com handle your tickets.