Transit Drive-In Will Be Showing Next Bills Game Despite Messy Saturday Night
After hosting Bills fans Saturday night -- who apparently didn't learn about how to clean up after themselves -- the Transit Drive-In has announced they will allow fans back for this Sunday's game.
But, this time, it'll cost ya.
WIVB reports the drive-in will show the Bills/Kansas City AFC Championship game this Sunday, for the price of a donation in honor of the late Bills superfan Pancho Billa.
The 6:40 p.m. game will start with a 12-minute video presentation dedicated to Ezra Castro (Pancho Billa), who died from cancer in May 2019 at age 39.
Gates will open at 3 p.m, and the drive-in is requiring a donation of $39 per vehicle.
Donations will go to The Teacher’s Desk, a Buffalo-based charity that created "Pancho Packs" for needy schoolchildren in Castro's home state of Texas.
The drive-in reportedly needed eight hours to clean up after fans left the parking lots a mess after the Buffalo vs. Ravens game on Saturday night.
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