A drop off in season ticket sales in 2021 would be understandable given, y’know, everything that’s going on, but NC State seems on track for sales like it would have in a normal year. In a video update on the athletics department this week, AD Boo Corrigan said that sales have already exceeded 29,000 for the fall.
Not every day was easy, but we came together, we adapted and we thrived over the last 14 months. @BooCorrigan reflects on what has been a historic year for our Pack and provides updates as we prepare for 2021-22.#StrengthInThePack pic.twitter.com/4G7ORitbVX— NC State Athletics (@PackAthletics) May 6, 2021
It helps that there is plenty of hype heading into the fall, but State fans are clearly ready to get back in Carter-Finley Stadium after mostly missing out on the experience in 2020. A year without tailgating will do that.
Schools across the country are hopeful that they’ll be operating at full capacity in the fall, and in North Carolina at least, we appear headed in that direction, which is encouraging. It was not even close to the same without fans in the stadiums last year.
So make sure you get your vaccine if you haven’t yet done so, folks, and let’s keep this thing on the right track.