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San Francisco 49ers president reveals member inclusive menu for 2020

By Bloomberg
28 October 2019   |   7:50 am
Al Guido, President of the San Francisco 49ers, talks about becoming the first sports team to include food and beverage items as a benefit for its season ticket holders with Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."

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