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Green Bay Packers ticket sales sluggish, although prices aren't

7:20 PM, Jun. 2, 2011
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The ripple effect of the pro football labor impasse has reached the ticket business but hasn't forced brokers to the sidelines.

"You read a lot about fans being disgusted, but we have a different fan here," said Bill Wenzel of Titletown Tickets in Ashwaubenon. "They want it to be over but they're not saying they'll never go to another Packers game (if the season is shortened or cancelled)."

With an appeals court in St. Louis scheduled to begin a hearing Friday on the NFL's effort to sustain its lockout, and possibly force the players union back to the negotiation table, ticket brokers are ...

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