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Major League Baseball (MLB) is as American as apple pie. For a good half of the year, fans flock to stadiums to watch America’s favorite pastime, eat peanuts and cracker jacks and sip ice-cold drinks. For small business owners, there’s something else happening in the stands that often goes overlooked. Baseball food vendors, the MLB’s small business sages, are fine-tuning their craft each time they make a sale.
Although MLB is known for the big names on the field, small business owners can learn a lot from the folks working in the stands. Baseball vendors selling beer and slinging peanuts are the hardest workers in the stadium. They’ve got a lot to teach small business owners in America.
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