stunts brash marketing
found crucial ingredient
treat customers well
The baseball great, Ted Williams, once said, “If you don’t think so great, don’t think so much.”
“Most people are usually pressing to play well, thinking about their performance a lot,” Savannah pitcher, Kyle Luigs says. “But if you can get out of your comfort zone and do something to get your mind completely off baseball … you’ll play better.”
Of course, I am talking about baseball.
“This is saving baseball from itself,” Spaceman Bill Lee says. “Look at the fans’ response, look at the way the kids are showing up.”
If you haven’t heard, read this article.
There is not much I don’t like about the Bananas.
And with all the bananas stuff going on its this bottom line of “For all the stunts and brash marketing, the franchise has found a crucial ingredient that traces to Barnum’s dictum about treating customers well.“
Saving baseball from itself.
Did you know that all tickets are somewhere around $35?
Did you know once you get in, most concession food is free and all you can eat?
Those are the big problem.
How to get them?