Turns out, the Cubs post-season run likely produces both economic winners, losers
From the NIU Newsroom
Jam-packed restaurants and saloons on game nights. Vendors hawking their wares outside Wrigley Field. Out-of-town visitors crowding Chicago hotels.
With the Chicago Cubs making an extended post-season playoff run, you’d think the local economy would stand to be a big winner, right? The NIU Newsroom put that question to Brian Richard, assistant director of NIU’s Center for Governmental Studies and an expert on economic development.
Turns out, there’s likely to be both economic winners and losers. See Richard’s answer in the accompanying Speak Your Mind video.