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Amid the Chargers rah-rah, a financial reality sandwich

It's numbers crunch time


Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Erik Bruvold, president of the National University Institute on Policy Research, said Monday that he’ll soon release a report analyzing how San Diego compares with other NFL markets and Los Angeles—an NFL void on three teams’ radar—when it comes to the likelihood of selling of so-called personal seat licenses, or PSLs, the financing tool du jour for new stadiums.
Bruvold said that after reviewing median and $100,000-plus household figures and the number of companies with 250 employees or more in those metropolitan markets, “I think the data is going to show that San Diego is pretty much smack-dab in the middle.”