Indiana readies for Super Bowl 2012
The Chicago Bears fell short of their go
But if they should make it next year, they won’t have far to travel to play in it - nor will their fans.
That’s because the 2012 Super Bowl will be played in
A contingent of
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels joined Indianapolis Mayor Greg B
To prepare for the big game,
Some predict the city could see an economic windf
Jack Swarbrick, athletic director at the University of Notre Dame, helped Indy lure next year’s Super Bowl.
“If you can host the Super Bowl successfully you can host anything. And it will change the county’s perception of
Daniels’ spokeswoman Jane Jankowski said the governor didn’t stay for the actu
Jankowski said Daniels left
“Gov. Daniels planned on attending some business and economic development meetings, as he's done on previous Super Bowl trips; and assisting the Indianapolis Host Committee, primarily with appearances and interviews,” Jankowski said.
Of course, without an indoor facility,
Indy doesn’t have that problem.
Its two-year-old Lucas Oil Stadium has a retractable roof to keep the cold and snow out.