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Bricks and mortar: The intangibles to success

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1 hour ago, Blue Moon said:

I like NEH.  I wish it was a bit lighter inside and had some seating for elderly and infirm.  It is a safe space for families and other fans to get in from the cold, sells food and drink and you get to see the players.  The cafe is very popular too and the shop is very busy on match days.  The museum is much appreciated and I will be making my first visit to see it and Walter's statue in the close season.

I was at the Museum before the Dundee game. Its well worth a visit

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