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Colts Sell Out Season at Lucas Oil Stadium

The Indy Star reports today that despite a lot of change, the Colts have once again sold out the season:

The demand for season tickets has remained strong in a sour economy, ensuring the Indianapolis Colts sellouts for the 2009 preseason and regular season. Consider it a case of the local market flocking to the 63,000-seat Lucas Oil Stadium to watch an appealing product. Over the past 10 seasons, the Colts have posted an NFL-best 114-46 regular-season record, reached the playoffs nine times and won one Super Bowl.

“We believe we’ve got an exciting product with some great talent,” said senior executive vice president Pete Ward. “Of course, we’ve also had a lot of success on the field. You can’t beat that.” The result is a another season of wall-to-wall sellouts and local broadcasts. Since 1999, the Colts have sold out 79 of 80 regular-season games, including the past 46. The only non-sellout during that span was a Sept.21, 2003, game with Jacksonville.


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