Jets fan wants to sell naming rights to cover PSL

August 29, 2008 7:26:35 AM PDT
One Jets fan in Fairfield wants to sell naming rights to offset the $30,000 personal seat license fee for his two season tickets. But Gang Green has a sour taste in its mouth over Howard Freeman's so-called lemonade stand.

The team says the sports marketer is not permitted to try to cover his two lower-level loge seats in Section 113 with corporate or personal logos.

Freeman and his son also would wear merchandise bearing the sponsor's logo at all games.

Freeman tells The Record of Bergen County when he's dealt lemons, he makes lemonade with creative, entrepreneurial solutions using other people's money.

The Jets announced this week they'll charge PSL fees in the lower level of the new stadium.

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