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Chargers will not tolerate disruptive behavior

Discussion in 'San Diego Chargers Hall of Champions' started by robdog, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. robdog

    robdog Code Monkey Staff Member Administrator

    Jun 29, 2009
    Source: Chargers.com

    In an effort to give their fans the best experience possible at home games, the San Diego Chargers retain the right to revoke ticket privileges for those fans that ruin the experience for others.

    "We want everyone to come to the stadium, relax and enjoy a great day," said Jim Steeg, the Chargers' executive vice president and chief operating officer. "The vast majority of fans at Chargers games have a great time. But if just one fan's experience is ruined by the actions of others, it's one too many."

    Steeg added: "We also want our season ticket holders who are not able to attend a game to exercise discretion in what they do with their tickets. If they give away or sell their tickets, they are responsible for the actions of the individuals using their tickets. If someone sitting in their seats acts inappropriately, the season ticket holder's tickets to future games or seasons could be revoked."

    Fans who demonstrate inappropriate and disruptive behavior, including the following, are subject to ejection and season ticket holders risk losing their season tickets for:

    * Excessive consumption of alcohol
    * Obscene, offensive or abusive language or actions
    * Fighting, or otherwise dangerous, abusive or profane behavior
    * Unruly or inconsiderate behavior
    * Indecent exposure or undressing
    * Wearing obscene or indecent clothing
    * Smoking, except in designated areas
    * Interfering with security procedures
    * Interfering with the progress of the game, going onto the field or throwing any object onto the field or on the stadium premises

    When the Chargers host the New York Giants in the first of three night games this Sunday, the Chargers are reminding fans that the parking lot at Qualcomm Stadium will not open for tailgating until seven hours prior to kickoff (10:00 am). The San Diego Police Department will be monitoring the parking lot and stadium gates to assure that disorderly fans are denied entrance to the game.

    On Sunday the Chargers' ticket office and all Will Call windows will open at 1:30 pm.

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