Why social distancing in stadiums will outlast the Coronavirus pandemic

Stadiums and arenas across the country have mostly become cashless sports venues. Credit cards replaced cash and ticket stubs fizzled out, too, in place of digital tickets that can be scanned quickly. Both trends likely will continue as fans are set to return to full stadiums this football season.

In this story published Aug. 13, 2021, on Greater Milwaukee Today:

We're not going to all of a sudden go back to the old ways, given the significant investment that teams and athletic departments and others have invested in this shift to digital.


Christopher Lee, clinical assistant professor of marketing and faculty director of the Sports Business Program at W. P. Carey




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