The story of Arthur D’Angelo’s ’47 Brand apparel company is inextricably linked to the Red Sox, who have a chance Wednesday night to clinch another World Series title.
After years of success at the Yawkey Way Store, the business’s flagship retail location, the bottom line still rises and falls with the Sox’ fortunes.
“Put it this way: In the first two World Series games, we did more [in revenue] than we did in the entire month of May,” said Bobby D’Angelo, one of four sons who have taken most of the daily business load from their 86-year-old father.
The sales spike is just one example the playoff run lifting a local business. Each home game pumps about $6 million into the Greater Boston economy. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.