Inflation, the Warrior way

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Inflation, the Warrior way

Today in the cafeteria, former front office clerk Julie Merendino and administrator David Bell set up a table in the cafeteria to sell tickets for tonight’s home game. This year, the price jumped to six dollars per ticket, due to Cobb County’s $0.80 increase in taxes. However, this does not deter NC students. “Ticket sales are going great, we've sold more than 50 tickets and it's only B lunch,” Merendino said.

Today in the cafeteria, former front office clerk Julie Merendino and administrator David Bell set up a table in the cafeteria to sell tickets for tonight’s home game. This year, the price jumped to six dollars per ticket, due to Cobb County’s $0.80 increase in taxes. However, this does not deter NC students. “Ticket sales are going great, we've sold more than 50 tickets and it's only B lunch,” Merendino said.

Rachel Maxwell

Today in the cafeteria, former front office clerk Julie Merendino and administrator David Bell set up a table in the cafeteria to sell tickets for tonight’s home game. This year, the price jumped to six dollars per ticket, due to Cobb County’s $0.80 increase in taxes. However, this does not deter NC students. “Ticket sales are going great, we've sold more than 50 tickets and it's only B lunch,” Merendino said.

Rachel Maxwell

Rachel Maxwell

Today in the cafeteria, former front office clerk Julie Merendino and administrator David Bell set up a table in the cafeteria to sell tickets for tonight’s home game. This year, the price jumped to six dollars per ticket, due to Cobb County’s $0.80 increase in taxes. However, this does not deter NC students. “Ticket sales are going great, we've sold more than 50 tickets and it's only B lunch,” Merendino said.

Rachel Maxwell, Photographer

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