Metro tax dollars mitigate owner risk; meanwhile, Preds fans don't live up to their end of the bargain. Davidson County loses. Williamson County wins.
Because the deal will also be retroactive to last July, Metro will have to pay the new ownership group the difference between the two agreements.
The 14,000 average attendance mark comes against the backdrop of the team averaging about 13,400 fans per game this regular season.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
In two simple contrasting, yet unbroken observations, the City Paper accurately portrays the contradiction of the passage of Metro's deal to subsidize the Nashville Predators last night: