JMU Graduation Equals Big Business

By: Keith Jones Email
By: Keith Jones Email

More than 3,700 James Madison University students will graduate this weekend, and for local businesses, that means big bucks.

Union Station Restaurant and Bar will experience the commencement rush for the first time. It opened last Friday.

The owner says they have to work out some kinks, but they'll be ready. Several workers were even setting up as early as 9 a.m. Friday.

Cassandra Baker says they'll have a full staff Friday night to accommodate more customers.

She says, "We've really worked hard to try to make sure we did a good job staffing and with our product ordering, so we'll just see how it pans out for the end of the week."


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