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Marketing Expert Predicts NFL Bags Ban May Wind Up As Boon To Stadium Vendors06 / 18 / 13
Marketing consultant Tobe Berkovitz said that the NFL's move to "ban all bags, backpacks and purses from games could be a jackpot for stadium vendors," according to Smith & Goodison of the BOSTON HERALD. The NFL last week "announced fans would be able to put personal items in clear, plastic tote...
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