Transit Drive-In Spends 8 Hours Cleaning Up After Bills Fans On Saturday
It was a surreal night this past Saturday for Bills fans everywhere. The Bills beat the Baltimore Ravens at Bills Stadium, 17-3 to advance to their first AFC Championship appearance since January of 1994.
The Transit Drive-In has been showing Bills games and other NFL games since the 2020 season began, free of charge, and everything has been going quite well. That is, until Saturday night for Bills-Ravens.
According to their Facebook page, the Transit Drive-In announced that they spent seven hours (yes, seven) today cleaning up their lots after the game last night. They also spent an additional hour last night after everyone left, which meant eight total hours cleaning up that mess in the bitter cold.
I've been to the Transit Drive-In a few times and for that to take eight hours, it must've been a ridiculous amount of trash left by attendees...that's shameful. They also admit the staff was short staffed due to the time of year and the fact it was very cold outside to clean up that lot.
The drive-in said they would make an announcement regarding the plans for the Bills next game, the AFC title against the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday at 6:40 p.m.
No word on whether or not they will go through with another showing.