NBA lockout doesn’t just hurt the teams, it hurts charities too

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The NBA lockout is hurting more than just players and owners, it's also hurting "the little guy." Namely, non-profit groups in Milwaukee that work at the concession stands inside the Bradley Center.

They were serving up hot dogs and pizza slices to fans on Saturday night's Admirals Game. However, the Bucks usually brought in the bigger crowds and more business.

On Saturday, it was Divine Mercy School and Church in South Milwaukee's turn to work the booth. They've been working concessions at the Bradley Center for three years now, all for a portion of the profits.

However, with the lockout in the NBA, there's been fewer opportunities to raise funds.

The 12 concession stands inside the arena are all managed by Levy Restaurants and worked by volunteers.

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