What the Cavs Playoff Run Means to Area Businesses, Including the Tribe
April 23, 2009 at 12:35PM
It doesn't take a genius to tell that a deep march into the NBA Playoffs by the Cavs is good for the city of Cleveland. More people downtown, buying stuff, drinking, eating, etc.
According to Tamera Brown of Positively Cleveland, the Cavs bring in about $3.7 million in revenue for every home game, which is a lot of moola over the course of a season (about $162.8 million), and that much more for every time the Wine and Gold hit the floor at the Q during the playoffs.