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Author Topic: Philadelphia Skating Advice  (Read 3060 times)

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Re: Philadelphia Skating Advice
« Reply #25 on: August 20, 2016, 09:37:14 PM »
There is figure skating about 18 hours a day...
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So the problem was that I paid for a single session, rather than a subscription... Yet - enticing people to come to single initial sessions are the obvious way to generate new membership. Should they change their pricing policy?

OTOH, I love rinks whose sessions aren't very busy enough to be economically sound. I also love rinks where you get a lot of semi-continuous hours to figure skate. And it wouldn't bother me that most of it isn't hockey. Sounds like a great place to figure skate!

18 hours a day - it's like a second home.  :) If you work at night, maybe you need no first home. They should rent beds. ::>)  Sleep, eat, work, skate. Sleep, eat, work, skate. Sleep, eat, work, skate...

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Re: Philadelphia Skating Advice
« Reply #26 on: September 16, 2016, 04:22:44 PM »
Moderator note:  If you post a nice review here, I will move it to the Philadelphia reviews thread.