The business owner has gotten a lot of support on Facebook.
Good morning. Here's what you need to know for Friday, April 15, 2016:
For many local businesses, fest season means making beaucoup bucks. But for Court Street’s Blue Eagle Music, Palmer Fest meant the opposite.
“This is what you get for living or trying to do business in a #1 rated party school that takes no responsibility for the actions of it's clientele,” McDermott said in the post. “Thanks, Palmer Fest - and Ohio University....”
The post garnered 185 comments as of press time. Most were supportive of McDermott.
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