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Do Ravens games boost beer buying? State data shows sales not exactly frothy
Sports bars in Greater Baltimore will undoubtedly be packed Sunday as fans turn out to root on the Ravens. But does all that partying during post-season sports games really pay off for Maryland?
It’s common knowledge that beer greases the skids of many a spectator-sport event, but tax revenue from beer sales in Maryland has actually declined each year for the past five — from $9.45 million in fiscal 2008 to $9.03 million in fiscal 2012. Of those years, 2008 was the only time the Ravens did not…
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