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Cowboys Ticket Sales Unaffected By NFL Lockout

If ticket sales are any indication, Cowboys fans are optimistic that there will be a complete NFL season, in spite of the current lockout. Last year the Dallas Cowboys unveiled their new 1.2 billion dollar stadium in Arlington, Texas, it seats 80,000 and last year the Cowboys sold 95 percent of those seats, including over 300 luxury suites.

This year, according to Cowboys Vice President of Corporate Communications Brett Daniels, “We are pacing where we were last year with our renewals,” although no figures were released. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones seems determined to resolve the lockout and get this season started on time. “I didn’t spend $1.2 billion to build a stadium and not have the Cowboys playing football in it this year,” Jones said last month.

It appears to be the beginning stages of something getting done and with 98 days remaining until the first scheduled game of the 2011 season, Cowboys fans continue to support their team and remain hopeful their season will begin as scheduled.


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