Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com

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    Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com


    The only way a fans voice is ever heard is to speak up, I am OUTRAGED like most of you the price of tickets shot up this dramatically at this time. This is deplorable even by Jacobs standards so let your voice be heard.

    These are just some off the top of my head, send your emails to various sports stations and newspapers

    FanRelations@BostonBruins.com

    dupont@globe.com

    DaleandHolley@weei.com
     
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    Re: Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com


    I agree with you, maybe we should picket opening night verse the Caps?
     
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    Re: Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com

    Celts tickets go on sale soon
     
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    Re: Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com

    What if U don't like Basketball?
     
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    Re: Send your complaints in to FanRelations@BostonBruins.com

    Fliers are a very good cheap way to get publicity and make your important points.  If you print something up-- ONE page with catching headlines and a brief explanation of what is going on with the ticket prices--  it can be handed out and circulate all over Boston.  Hand them out in front of the Garden, in sports bars, on any crowded street. Post them all around town.   The press will pick them up. Use words like UNFAIR and GREEDY.  Call for a BOYCOTT. 

    No business wants negative publicity.  It's the way to make them change. 

    All you need is access to a good copier and a staple gun.
     

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