Businesses near DU hope debate draws in customers

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DENVER -- With all the closure signs, businesses near the University of Denver campus are actually hoping for large crowds for Wednesday’s Presidential debate.

“Hopefully, during the hours and hours of babble, before the actual debate, those thousands of people will be wandering the neighborhood; Everybody likes hot dogs, you know,” says Alvin Bailius, the manager at Mustard’s Last Stand on University near DU’s campus.

When asked if Mustard’s is ready for a possible impromptu visit from the President or Mr. Romney, Bailius said:  “That would be awesome!”

I-25 will be closed, in both directions, from Santa Fe to Hampden, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday night.

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