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NFL settlement helps church in Nashville

NFL settlement helps church in Nashville

Business owners and even a church in Middle Tennessee are “breathing a sigh of relief Monday that the NFL lockout is over” according to The Tennessean (Nashville TN):

St. Ann’s Episcopal Church, within walking distance of LP Field, counts on the Titans games to pay the mortgage on the land it purchased for its church parking lots, according to volunteer coordinator Paul Donley.

The sale of season parking passes at the lots had slowed as regular customers waited to see how the lockout would be resolved, but Donley said he hopes the pace picks up soon with NFL teams returning to the practice and playing fields.


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