Indianapolis to bid on another Super Bowl?!
Did you enjoy all the festivities that surrounded Indianapolis back in February during Super Bowl 46? Well, you could have another opportunity! Sources have told Indiana Business that the city of Indianapolis will make a bid to host another Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis.
The next available game would be in 2016, which would be the 50th anniversary of one of the nations largest spoting events.
It turns out Indianapolis officials have been exploring the options of hosting another game since the positive reviews that our capital city received after hosting Super Bowl 46 in February.
Look for a news conference to be held on Wednesday to discuss the economic impact that this years game had for the city, and details of a possible bid for another game!
From Indiana Business:
Officials from the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee will join Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and Governor Mitch Daniels on Wednesday to discuss the economic impact of hosting Super Bowl XLVI.
Mayor Greg Ballard
Governor Mitch Daniels
Allison Melangton, President and CEO, 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee
Mark Miles, Chairman, 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee
WHEN: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
WHERE: Lucas Oil Stadium
West Club (street level)
500 South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225