Robert Harper in front of his Carolina Panthers concession tent on U.S. 21 near the Catawba River Bridge in Rock Hill.
Robert Harper in front of his Carolina Panthers concession tent on U.S. 21 near the Catawba River Bridge in Rock Hill. ANDREW DYS adys@heraldonline.com
Robert Harper in front of his Carolina Panthers concession tent on U.S. 21 near the Catawba River Bridge in Rock Hill. ANDREW DYS adys@heraldonline.com

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