Downtown Businesses Worried About NFL Lockout

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As the NFL lockout drags on through court motions and snippy shots fired through the media, downtown Cleveland businesses are worrying about the potential economic impact of a shortened season. Fans are concerned over missed games; bars, restaurants, and other businesses are concerned over lost dollars.

Every Sunday brings thousands downtown to eat, drink, stay in hotels, and fork over fistfuls of cash for $6 beers and more $6 beers.

The PD's Bill Lubinger reports on the big-picture financial impact on downtown Cleveland:

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