Predators fans stage rally to help team reach ticket sales goal
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Todd Tayes had been working in his grandmother's pastry shop, saving his money for a flat-screen TV. When the 12-year-old boy heard the Nashville Predators needed to sell more tickets, he changed his plans.
"I wanted to buy some tickets," he said.
Tayes and his uncle, Chris Turner, teamed up Thursday and bought
a 13-game package each -- their first ticket purchase -- for the
upcoming season during a 15-hour rally held by a local group trying
to sell enough ...
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