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Morning Practices Force Hy-Vee out of Chiefs Training Camp

The St. Joseph grocery store will not provide concessions during this year's camp after the announcement that only morning practice sessions would be open to the public.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Repeat visitors to 2013 Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp will likely notice the absence of tents occupied by St. Joseph Hy-Vee in previous summers.

The St. Joseph grocery store will not provide concessions during this year's camp after the announcement that only morning practice sessions would be open to the public.

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Store director Brad McAnally said the morning practices would eliminate fans' desire to have on-site food and beer. Hy-Vee was also in charge of a beer tent during past training camps.

Missouri Western officials say they are working with several other possible concession providers to take over. They say food will be available, but the type of food offered will likely change from years past.
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