Letter: Wheelchair user claims discriminationI have gone to many shows at the Auditorium over the years. I have always parked my wheelchair in row one next to seat eight.
By: Marge Finnegan, Heron Lake, Worthington Daily Globe
I have gone to many shows at the Auditorium over the years. I have always parked my wheelchair in row one next to seat eight.
I wanted tickets recently for the Brule’ concert. The ticket office would not sell me a ticket for that spot. They told me some one complained they couldn’t see. No one ever said anything when I sat there for the Buddy Holly; Christmas Catechism; Johnny Cash; and many more concerts over the years.
I know there are places I can’t go because of my wheelchair, but this was a seat I had used many times and suddenly I am rejected. I feel this is discrimination. How do you feel about this?
I wanted to see Paul Summers concert because I have followed his story for many years. I am very upset about this.