The News Tribune’s records requests from the Tacoma Dome reveal that the WIAA brought in almost $40,000 more per day in ticket revenue at the Class 3A and 4A boys and girls basketball tournaments this past season than it did in 2009, when it organized a 16-team, single-site tournament for each classification.
The News Tribune’s records requests from the Tacoma Dome reveal that the WIAA brought in almost $40,000 more per day in ticket revenue at the Class 3A and 4A boys and girls basketball tournaments this past season than it did in 2009, when it organized a 16-team, single-site tournament for each classification. Peter Haley Staff file
The News Tribune’s records requests from the Tacoma Dome reveal that the WIAA brought in almost $40,000 more per day in ticket revenue at the Class 3A and 4A boys and girls basketball tournaments this past season than it did in 2009, when it organized a 16-team, single-site tournament for each classification. Peter Haley Staff file

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