Homecoming parade for area profits
By Ben Bornstein – WUFT-FM
The University of Florida Homecoming Parade took place Friday, but the fans are not the only people who saw a benefit. Business owners and local vendors will look to profit from the parade and the festivities Homecoming weekend. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Ben Bornstein has the story.
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