Minor League Hockey Owner, GM Buried Alive To Sell Season Tickets


Arizona SundogsThe front office of the Central Hockey League’s Arizona Sundogs have literally tortured themselves in the past in order to sell some season tickets. Last year, management stood on top of a scissor lift for six days in order to sell their goal of 300 season tickets.

It worked.

And since it did, Sundogs majority owner Brad Fain and general manager Chris Presson are taking it to the next level. This time, they will bury themselves 8-feet deep until the hockey team located in Northern Arizona sells 300 season tickets.

Fain and Presson will be buried in a 22-foot metal container in Prescott Valley off State Route 69. Fortunately for the duo, a grated cattle guard will allow the daredevils to breathe.

The front office staff members will begin their confinement under land on Wednesday at noon and hopefully for them, their stunt goes viral quickly and they reach their goal so they can escape their manmade hell.

Photo via Facebook/ArizonaSunDogs


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