Following on the heels of Tuesdays announcement that the Hurricanes were withdrawing from pro paintball we received an interesting request. An anonymous reader known to ProPaintball.com only as the “Information Merchant” dropped us an email with a request to publish an interview he was conducting with Jeff Stein, owner of the NE Hurricanes. From the looks of it, the Information Merchant put Jeff through the wringer. The interview that follows is hard hitting and provides a great opportunity for the community to view the thought process behind the decision..
The following is a guest post by Jeff Stein of the New England Hurricanes, entitled “Something Wicked Comes this Way”. A bit of background; a few weeks back we broke the news that the New England Hurricanes would be restructuring their pro paintball organization. As a follow up to the announcement, Jeff answered a few questions for ProPaintball.com. Now, almost two weeks later the Hurricanes have released several important pieces of information, shedding light as to how the guys from New England plan to build their new paintball team.
Note from JM: The following is a guest posting by Jeff Stein of the New England Hurricanes. Jeff raises several interesting points and should provide for some great discussion. Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Team Owners and the Value of Franchises, by Jeff Stein.
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