Brooklyn Nets Are Close To Selling Out Season Tickets, Have New Marketing Strategy

It’s to no surprise that the Brooklyn Nets are selling tickets to their home games, but to almost be sold out of season tickets in mid-July is good news for the organization. Since signing their four most recent acquisitions (Garnett, Pierce, Terry, Kirilenko), the Nets have sold more than $3 million worth of tickets, sources say.

Since the big signings, the Nets have also implemented a new slogan featuring their newest players.

Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry, and Andre Kirilenko will officially be announced by the team on Thursday, at the Barclays Center.

Brooklyn Nets and the Barclays Center CEO, Brett Yormark, had this to say about the new campaign,

We continue to be a product in high demand, now more than ever. I would encourage fans who are interested in season tickets to buy now and be part of what will be a memorable season.

Regardless of what happens in BK, this upcoming season will be a memorable one for the organization. It will be Jason Kidd’s first season as a coach, and Paul Pierce’s first season as a member of any team but Boston. There are high expectations, but so far, their season looks to be promising.

What do you think of this new strategy for the Nets, let me know down below!

Topics: Andre Kirilenko, Brooklyn Nets, Jason Terry, Kevin Garnett, NBA, Paul Pierce

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