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NFL and college football teams are racing to install Wi-Fi to attract rabid fans

mattydread23 (2793761) writes | about 5 months ago


mattydread23 (2793761) writes "Last year, the Philadelphia Eagles did a major upgrade to the Wi-Fi in their home stadium, and yesterday the team sponsored and event for other football teams interested in following suit. Writer Todd Weiss talked to execs from the Cincinnati Bengals and Alabama Crimson Tide to find out why they were so anxious to follow suit. Pat Neiser, sales manager for the Bengals, explains it's all about attracting rabid younger fans and turning them into lifers: "We want to make sure that young fans, who are getting out of college now, will be season ticket holders when they have future discretionary income,""
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