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World Cup Boosting Profits for US Businessesi
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June 27, 2014 10:54 PM
The World Cup enters its third week of competition with the United States advancing to the next round. Spirited play by the Americans has already generated a lot of new fans in the US. But it’s not just football (soccer) fans now raving about the sport. As Mil Arcega reports, some of the biggest fans include bars and restaurants in Washington D.C.

World Cup Boosting Profits for US Businesses

Published June 27, 2014

The World Cup enters its third week of competition with the United States advancing to the next round. Spirited play by the Americans has already generated a lot of new fans in the US. But it’s not just football (soccer) fans now raving about the sport. As Mil Arcega reports, some of the biggest fans include bars and restaurants in Washington D.C.


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