I've been a season ticket holder since day one. My first seats were in the upper corner for $15 ea. (the good ole days) and have since ventured down to row 1 in the upper center on the blue line for $62 ea. (ouch$$, but they are great) I received the renewal info for next year which has a March 2nd deadline. I've never renewed by the deadline and sometimes take up to 8 weeks to do so but have always received all the perks anyways. This year, I'm thinking of sending a letter, before commiting, telling them that I am undecided whether to renew based on their lack of spending and not signing an established "top line" winger. I have no idea whether this letter would make it past the ticket renewal group to someone in management. I am curious on whether I get a response and if it would be a generic, canned version or a personalized one that addresses my concerns.
1) Do you think this letter, coming from a long time season ticket holder, would have any impact what so ever? I'm not naive to think I have any clout, which I don't, but do you think they even care about these types of letters?
2) Do you think I am just pissing in the wind on sending a letter?
3) Do I want to mention that I am a close personal friend with "Bob in Boulder" in my letter? (ha ha, I've never met Bob.)