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Buffalo Bills need shovelers

Buffalo Bills

Now's your chance to get paid doing one of Buffalo's oldest traditions; shoveling.

The Buffalo Bills need help digging out the recent snowfall at New Era Field. Workers will get paid $10 an hour and will be given a free ticket to tomorrow's game against the Browns if they work for at least four hours.

Shovelers will need a drivers license or a state ID card. Those under 18 will be allowed with proper working papers.

Work may carry through the night into Sunday. Prospect shovelers are being asked to dress appropriately for the potential freezing rain later today. Shovels will be provided to those who don't bring their own.

The Bills face off against the winless Cleveland Browns tomorrow at 1 PM. With both teams out of playoff contention, tickets are being sold as low as $5.

Nick Lippa leads our Arts & Culture Coverage, and is also the lead reporter for the station's Mental Health Initiative, profiling the struggles and triumphs of those who battle mental health issues and the related stigma that can come from it.
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