Will Las Vegas Host the Super Bowl in 2020?
It seems as if there are Super Bowl news events every other day right now. The next one will be the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas. Who will be the Super Bowl host city?
One thing is for sure, they will be hosting the Gila Spring Classic Tournament of Roses Parade on the morning of February 2nd. Organizers of the event hope that the event will be an annual tradition to keep people coming back to attend the event. When will it be held? Why, Saturday, February 2nd from 9am until 2pm!
So who will be the host city? At this point it seems that the Las Vegas City Council will not approve of a temporary residence for the event. However, the Las Vegas city officials would probably love to have one.
Another rumor is that the Las Vegas Grizzlies could bid for the event. Of course, it would be very difficult for them to be in the same city as the Super Bowl. Also, sports teams have to be in the Super Bowl because it is broadcast on television. In addition, an annual game involving teams from the two cities would be fun.
Another rumor that has been circulating is that the Super Bowl will be moved from the Meadowlands in New Jersey to one of the Las Vegas properties. If that were to happen, the parties involved would get quite a chunk of money and a lot of business. After all, one person’s loss is another person’s gain. So one has to wonder if the gambling casinos would lose money on the Super Bowl.
The truth is, there is a lot of opposition to any move, whether it happens this year or not. Most of the citizens of the city want to see the Super Bowl stay where it is and grow and expand into more casinos to bring in more income for the city.
It appears that the owners of the Gila Spring are the ones who are trying to bring the Super Bowl to Las Vegas. However, this rumor does not seem to be true. It is likely that this is simply a publicity stunt to promote the Gila Spring.
So who will host the Super Bowl in Vegas this year? No one is quite sure, but we will just have to wait and see.