Team, transportation made day enjoyable

I attended my first Seattle Seahawks game Saturday as a new season ticket holder. In the 30 years I have been attending sporting events in the city of Seattle, I have never experienced a more enjoyable, carefree and easy process of getting there and getting home. I used the free park-and-ride/METRO bus shuttle to Husky Stadium. It was impossible to get lost and plenty of people there to help. The main reason I didn’t attend more sporting events in Seattle was the hassle, time and money wasted just getting there and then getting home.

It is a true reflection of the value the Seattle Seahawks place on their customers that even this detail of transportation has been taken into consideration. It is organized, professional and impressive. It is the mark of a truly top-notch organization that they value their customers and do not let anything take away from the experience of enjoying their team.We know the Seahawks will take care of us.


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