Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Survey from Nets will be used for "directional purposes" (or Newark move)

The Nets are trying figure out how much (and for whom) the Prudential Center in Newark is easier to get to than the Izod Center in the Meadowlands, and thus worth an interim (at least) move for the team.

So they sent a survey to people who went to exhibition games at The Rock and they're giving away a not-so-precious commodity, free tickets, as an enticement:
Please take a couple of moments to complete this survey about your experience at the Prudential Center in Newark for our Pre-season game(s). The information we gather will be used for directional purposes to offer you and the rest of our fans the most enjoyable experience at a Nets game.
(Emphasis added)

Yes, I thought it was a lot easier to get to the Prudential Center than the Izod Center, as my answers below suggest. Then again, unlike most Nets fans, I was coming from Manhattan and returning to Brooklyn. If they do move to Newark, they'll have to improve the train station signage. (Click on graphic to enlarge.)

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