BATON ROUGE, La. (10/25/19) According to sources at LSU, on the first game day following their decision to sell alcohol in the stadium school officials claim overwhelming success with concession sales.
With a total of 54,794 beers sold, LSU claims a profit of over $400,000 dollars while Ole Miss claims a total of 15,400 beers sold at $128,000 profit.
The SEC chancellors and school presidents voted back in May to allow league members the option of selling beer and wine during sporting events.
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