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NFL Making Debut Pro Bowl In Orlando "Autism Friendly" For Young Fans

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 24 / 17

Sunday's Pro Bowl in Orlando will be "autism-friendly," as it will offer young fans "on the autism spectrum noise-canceling headphones, stress-relief squeeze toys and a safe room, should they need it," according to a front-page piece by Kate Santich of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. The NFL worked with Tulsa...

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