The Cats Mean Business After Championship Win

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/04/2012 9:51 pm
A National Title means big business for Lexington.

Stores across the city are packed with Solid Blue fans looking to get their National Championship Gear.

A lot of stores around the area are seeing record-breaking sales this week.

Faithful Cats fans are flooding sports stores like Fan Outfitters in Hamburg looking to

Manager Abbe Clark says she's already had to reorder shirts several times.

The store was packed again on Wednesday.

Lines were long and extra registers were opened to try to keep up with the influx of customers.

Because of the high demand, Fan Outfitters has extended its hours this week and next week.

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