Economy tests already frugal WNBA
From sponsors on jerseys to independently owned teams, WNBA changes with the times
Does it absolutely, positively have to be there overnight? Well, no, come to think of it. The Los Angeles Sparks were used to sending out their season tickets that way, until someone asked why.
"A guy in our office whose mother works in the postal service said, 'We should check to see how much it would cost to send them through there,'" Los Angeles Sparks co-owner Kathy Goodman said. "And it was like half the price. Every expense becomes a conversation. It's little stuff like ...
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