NY Post excerpt -
The Cyclones, who are sharing the Bolts’ revenue with the league and
running its day-to-day operations, decided to get involved as a way to
expand their brand. The fall is usually a dead period in Coney Island as
visitors dry up. But Cyclones vice president Steve Cohen envisions
families coming out, for the price of $20-$35 a ticket.
With a short turnaround, the plan was to sell 6,300 tickets for the
three home games, and he expects to hit that number by Wednesday. That
would equate to 2,100 fans per game, filling up less than a third of the
stadium, which has a capacity of 7,500.
“It just seems like something that has long-term legs,” Cohen said.