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Saints fan boycott Super Bowl, raise more than $50,000 for New Orleans parks

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Saints fan boycott Super Bowl, raise more than $50,000 for New Orleans parks

Saints fan boycott Super Bowl, raise more than $50,000 for New Orleans parks

Leave it up to Saints fans to turn a boycott of the Super Bowl into good news for the Who Dat Nation and the city of New Orleans.

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