Originally Posted by Boondock Saint
Yeah, tourism is a big deal. When we're competing with the Cubs for tourists, and the Cubs don't need a modern stadium because of "atmosphere", the Sox need to stand out in other ways. We're not playing superior baseball, so we need to improve what we can. A modern stadium experience goes a long way in that regard.
Exactly how many "tourists" are posting on here complaining about a video board or ticket takers and ushers not smiling? Where, other than here, do can you find these complaints? Supposedly most people here became White Sox fans when there was no video board, or had one even smaller than the board they have now. What year did the size of the video board make a difference in WSI posters' decision to either attend or not attend a game?