Sporting Event Tickets

Written by James Lyons
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Sharing stories about childhood always brings up memories of getting various sporting event tickets and watching various games. In fact, my years are often book-marked by specific sporting events and sporting event tickets. For instance, 1986 was the year the Houston Astros lost to the New York Mets in the National League Championship series and the year the Houston Rockets lost to the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals.

When I think about 1994, I think about the Houston Rockets winning the NBA Championship in seven games against the New York Knicks. I'm sure a number of Knick fans look upon that year with a little less relish than I do. 1992 was the year the Houston Oilers blew a 32 point second-half lead to the Buffalo Bills, the largest lead ever blown in an NFL game.

Sporting Event Tickets Are Great for Families

My father and I always connected at a baseball game. Sports are a great venue for parents to communicate with their kids. Life lessons abound on the playing field, allowing parents to use interesting analogies to communicate life lessons. Sports emphasize the value of sacrifice, teamwork, diligence, education, and fun. Most parents agree that theses are all virtues a child should learn.

The language of sports brings the world together by playing on our innate sense of competition and camaraderie. Winning and losing is universal and something that can be learned at a ball game. Those who work hard usually win, and those who don't work hard usually lose. It doesn't always work out this way, but the lesson is usually there. And sporting event tickets are a key to great fun.


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