A COMMUNITY AFFAIR

By visiting www.our2012sb.com, fans can see a video detailing the process by which the city of Indianapolis delivered its Super Bowl bids to the 32 NFL teams. It was a unique process in which 32 Indianapolis-area students personally delivered the bids.

colts.jpg


City, Community Shared in Indianapolis Super Bowl Bid

ATLANTA, Ga. – If the city of Indianapolis is successful in its bid to host the 2012 Super Bowl, the people of Indianapolis will be a big reason.

To see why, please visit www.our2012sb.com.

There, fans can see a video detailing the process by which the city delivered its Super Bowl bids to each of the 32 NFL teams. It was a unique process in which 32 Indianapolis-area students personally delivered the bids.

Each student traveled last week to the headquarters of an NFL team.

The city of Indianapolis, which last May narrowly lost a bid to host the 2011 Super Bowl, on Tuesday will bid to be the host city for Super Bowl XLVI in February of 2012. The members of the city's Super Bowl committee will submit its bid at the Spring 2008 NFL Owners Meeting at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead in Atlanta.

This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.

Related Content

2021 Season Tickets Available Now!

Our 2021 home opponents are locked in. Secure your seats for the next season and defend home turf against the Seattle Seahawks, LA Rams, New England Patriots and more.

Advertising