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Are there sports arena's or sporting events that allow fans to use the filed or facilities?
The Winter Olympics does with Lake Placid, NY and Park City, Utah where the bobsled tracks, ski mountain, speedskating tracks, etc are open to the public for admission and you can actually go bobsledding on the same track where the 1980 Olympics took place. You can even skate in the same ice arena where the "Miracle on Ice" took place. Are there any other sports arena's or sporting events that do this I'm unaware of?

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The Mets are certainly the winner in this deal. Fans will continue to pour into the stadium as long as the Mets are there and especially if they are winning. Citigroup, on the other hand, needs to walk a fine line. If they execute this correctly, pointing out not only the benefits but the pride factor of the Mets being worth an additional $20 million a year, they also stand to win big. Execution is the key and part of that strategy should definitely involve the fans.

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