Local voices: Worthwhile price for Super Bowl marketing

Posted 10/21/19

Glendale is spending $138,000 over three years to promote the Super Bowl, which will return to the West Valley in 2023.

Good price

Seems like a small price to pay to bring exposure and tourism …

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Local voices: Worthwhile price for Super Bowl marketing

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Glendale is spending $138,000 over three years to promote the Super Bowl, which will return to the West Valley in 2023.

Good price

Seems like a small price to pay to bring exposure and tourism to the area! I’m for it! — Terrie Porter

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Glendale pays $69,090 for Super Bowl marketing

By Mark Carlisle Independent Newsmedia Glendale paid $69,090 to the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee in June for tourism and marketing efforts for the 2023 Super Bowl, which will be held in State Farm Stadium. The payment is the first of three to be made over three years, totaling $138,180.

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