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For $5,000, you can get decent tickets to the Super Bowl. Or you can kick back in a NFL player’s luxury apartment and catch the game on his 70-inch TV. The Carolina Panthers will be in San Francisco on February 7 to play the Denver Broncos on football’s biggest night. So Panthers strong safety Roman Harper listed his 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Airbnb. “[A] super fan and their super guest will be able to feel right at home in my living room while I play in this year’s main event,” Harper wrote on the Airbnb post. 10 Best Building Product Stocks To Watch Right Now: Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.P.(CLMT) Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P. produces and sells specialty hydrocarbon products in North America. It operates in two segments, Specialty Products and Fuel Products. The Specialty Products segment processes crude oil and other feedstocks into various … Continue reading
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