San Jose is seeing a large growth in fans who come to enjoy the downtown nightlife during Niners games at Levi's Stadium. While the team name is "San Francisco 49ers," San Jose seems to be enjoying the spoils. Len Ramirez reports. (1-24-20)

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San Jose Fans, Businesses Get Benefit of 49ers' Move to Levi's StadiumSan Jose is seeing a large growth in fans who come to enjoy the downtown nightlife during Niners games at Levi's Stadium. While the team name is "San Francisco 49ers," San Jose seems to be enjoying the spoils. Len Ramirez reports. (1-24-20)
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