What the NFL Pro Bowl Departure Meant to Hawaii

The Huge Loss of Revenue Hit Those Who Need it Most the Hardest

The absence of the NFL Pro Bowl is no less painful to the state of Hawaii than it was when it happened for the first time two years ago. Every city relishes opportunities to host large, high-profile events. For a geographically isolated state whose economy relies primarily on…

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Aaron DeBee

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Freelance Writer/Blogger/Editor, veteran, Top Rated on Upwork, former Medium Top Writer in Humor, Feminism, Culture, Sports, NFL, etc.

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