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One NOLA Native Comes to Baltimore to Sell Ravens Apparel

Updated: Thursday, January 31 2013, 10:44 PM EST
Today was blustery day in Baltimore with wind gusts reaching 40 miles per hour making a Ravens roadside stand in Towson difficult to maneuver.

On days like this outdoor sales can be rough business. Lee White’s roadside stand is located off Loch Raven Boulevard and features all Ravens merchandise.

On windy days like today clothespins are a crucial commodity because tackling the strong gusts is tricky play. Surprisingly the wind is good for business.

On a day like this, it’s hard not to notice all the purple t-shirts and flag flapping around in the wind. While customers brave the bitter cold breeze, Lee isn’t used to blustery winters in Baltimore.

As Lee headed north to set up shop, the Ravens flew south for The Big Easy.

Lee is a Saints fan by birth, but this week he is rooting for the Ravens.

While Ravens fans make their Super Bowl predictions, Lee makes his own game call: a field goal to win it in the last minute.

Lucky for the Ravens and 49ers the wind won’t be an issue inside the Superdome. One NOLA Native Comes to Baltimore to Sell Ravens Apparel


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