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Dwarfs reap massive gate proceed harvest in Kotoko draw

Posted On Wednesday, 5th December 2012
Renaissance Events Solutions

There was a massive turn out at the Robert Mensah Stadium last Sunday

Ebusua Dwarfs realized in excess of Ghc 32000 ($16,922) as gross gate proceeds in their Premier League clash with Asante Kotoko.

The Cape Coast-based side made the massive harvest by employing the services of the superior ticketing system provided for by Renaissance Events Solutions.

The money was realized from the sale of all printed automated tickets for for the sell-out crowd in the 0-0 draw game at the Robert Mensah Stadium last Sunday.

The figure realized is the biggest financial returns the club has had in hosting big Premier Legaue matches in recent times.

The Ghanaian-owned firm (Renaissance Events Solutions) undertook an extensive pilot exercise of their automated ticketing system last season with the aim of fully operationalizing it this term at all Premier League centers.

It is however unclear why they have been unable to fully carry out their mandate since the start of the new season.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    The figure realized is the biggest financial returns the club has had in hosting big Premier Legaue matches in recent times.

    SEE, THIS IS WHY EACH PREMIER CLUB MUST HVE ITS OWN STADIUM. SO U CAN BRING IN MONEY.
    1.DWARFS MGMNT SHOULD USE SOME OF THE CASH TO EXPAND THE SIXE OF THEIR STADIUM.
    2. BUILD A HOTEL, PAID CAR PARK FOR SPECTATORS, FOOD SALES INSIDE THE STADIUM, MERCHANDISE SALE STORES. THIS WAY U CHARGE PPL FOR PARKING. THEN U PREVENT THEM FROM BRINGING FOOD N WATER INTO THE STADIUM. THE PLAYERS CAN ALSO STAY IN THE HOTEL. THE HOTEL CAN ALSO BE USED TO HOST OTHER VISITING PLAYERS, PPL ETC…THINK BIG

    THIS IS WAT KOTOKO SHOULD BE DOING, NOT SELLING PLAYERS LIKE VEGETABLES AT MAKOLA. JJ SARPONG UR EYE NO OPEN KRAAA





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