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Instead of Jazz screens
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Re "Utah Jazz, Miller family to enhance sights, sounds at arena" (Tribune, June 18):

If the Utah Jazz is interested in enhancing my "fan experience," it could do the following at a lower cost than installing new, state-of-the-art big screens:

1. Have straws that are long enough for my large Diet Coke. Last season, concession prices increased and the straw size decreased.

2. Do not admit children over age 2 without a ticket — follow your own rules. It is not uncommon to see four butts in two seats. My "experience" would truly be enhanced without a 5-year-old on a parent's lap or standing up.

3. Stop the insipid halftime entertainment. How many NBA teams have school-age kids performing at halftime?

4. Figure out how other small markets put together a winning team. This certainly would boost everyone's "fan experience."

I have been a season-ticket holder since the arena opened, I have filled out every online questionnaire and signed my name and number, but I have yet to receive a call acknowledging my concerns.

Are you really interested in my fan experience?

Debra Sjoblom

Salt Lake City

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