Foxboro Businesses Would Take Hit If There’s No 2011 NFL Season

FOXBORO (CBS) – Patriots fans are not the only people who would be disappointed if there is no football this season. Businesses up and down Route One would feel the loss of a season on their bottom lines.

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Route 1 Liquors has been in business longer than the Pats have called this area home.

WBZ-TV’s Jim Armstrong reports.

And while the owners say a lost season would not be catastrophic, they acknowledge that they would notice the loss in business.

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A lot of stores in the area also collect hefty fees from fans who use their parking lots on game days. That revenue might dry up as well.

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  1. Dennis Chick says:

    How about the bookies? They would really take a hit.

  2. Charlie says:

    Who cares, about everything else, just play

  3. Cynic says:

    I hope that DUHval doesn’t get the bright idea to Bail out his Friend Mr.Craft with our Money.

  4. timma says:

    maybe the 200.00 drunk fines can make up the revenue

  5. dumbfounded says:

    oh please give it up – no NFL season, do you have any idea how much owners will be loosing – it will never happen, further the fans are to stupid to let it happen anyway, they will pay what ever price is charged, want reasonable prices, first game no one goes

  6. emom says:

    Why is there so much darn greed why do they feel the need to make us suffer all beacuse of their greed,,,,,,,, So glad I never go to the games, not worth it at all.

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