6:57 am May 20, 2010, by Henry Unger
How’s this for a theory about why the Falcons want an open-air stadium?
Selling suites to the well-heeled corporate community may be easier and more lucrative in a non-domed environment.
Company execs would be more concerned about protecting their entertainment dollars — and their guests — by purchasing suites because the weather is unknown and uncontrollable. That could raise the Falcons’ revenue — a suite deal, so to speak.
What do you think? Is that part of the Falcons’ calculus? Or is it way off the mark?
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