DENVER (CBS4) – A few small business owners outside Coors Field say the All-Star Game is the boost they needed to recover from the pandemic and fan-less 2020 season. The licensed street vendors say this is the opportunity they needed.
“When we found out the All-Star was going to be here it was like, ‘OK we can make up for the first part of the year,’” said Kristin Moffett as she was selling bottles of water and peanuts near the corner of 20th and Blake Streets. “This is the most we’ve ever brought to a game. We brought two cars today to have what we needed, and we still have people running to get more ice, more water, stuff like that.”
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Kristin and her husband, Daniel, sit half a block apart hoping to get as many hungry and thirsty fans preparing to walk into the stadium. They’ve been…