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How the NFL Lockout Could Impact Businesses

Our friends at Column Five Media has done it again with this NFL Lockout Infographic.  Make sure to check out the previous NFL Lockout post but also learn more about how the NFL Lockout could impact businesses in this image above.   Here is a line from the original post at the intuit blog.

Even though intervention from the judicial system has ordered a lift on the lockout, analysts anticipate the owner-player disputes will continue. If it does, here’s what the NFL lockout could mean to small businesses

What are your thoughts on the NFL Lockout situation?

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