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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 26 October 2007 10:46

Boston Red SoxWith the Boston Red Sox in the World Series and High-Definition TVs growing in popularity, Comcast is responding to strong consumer demand for High-Definition (HD) cable boxes by announcing that it will extend hours at select Boston-area service centers on Saturday, October 27.

Though they typically close earlier on Saturdays, the following Comcast service centers in the Greater Boston area will have extended hours:

   Wilmington            Beverly                      Lynn

   2 Lowell Street        12 Tozer Road            26 Tremont St.

   Wilmington, MA        Beverly, MA                Lynn, MA

   Brockton             Taunton                            New Bedford

  90 Main Street      440 Myles Standish Blvd.    630 Mount Pleasant St.

   Brockton, MA      Taunton, MA                         New Bedford, MA

In addition, Comcast service centers in Cambridge, Allston, Dedham, Quincy and Needham are regularly open until late Saturday afternoon. HD boxes are also available at Connect stores, the retail locations opened jointly by Comcast and Circuit City, located in Burlington and Medford. Connect stores are open until 9 PM on Saturday as well as Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM. In addition, Comcast is stocking up on HD equipment at its Natick Collection kiosk, which is open until 10 PM on Saturday.

"Watching a game in the crystal-clear clarity of High-Definition is the next best thing to actually sitting in the stands," said Paul D'Arcangelo, Vice President for Comcast's Metro Boston Region. "The Red Sox post-season has sent demand for HD service into high-gear and we're happy to meet that consumer demand by extending hours at select service centers for those who want to pick up an HD cable box."

The World Series is on FOX HD, which is carried by Comcast.


Maury Brown

Maury Brown is the founder and president of the Business of Sports Network, which includes The Biz of Baseball, The Biz of Football and The Biz of Basketball (The Biz of Hockey will be launching shortly). He is also an author for Baseball Prospectus.and is an available writer for other media outlets.

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