Found August 21, 2013 on College Spun:
One of the great things about college sports is how ingrained schools are in their local communities. Athletes often spend quite a bit of time doing community service and making a difference in nearby areas. As a result, local organizations and businesses often show their support for the schools as well. We’ve seen numerous grocery stores demonstrate their fandom with crazy pop displays, and today we have another, up in Oregon: The store covered all of its bases — it will gladly accept paying customers from either side of the Civil War. [Reddit]
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