The City Of Tampa Could Miss Out On Over $200 Million In Lost Revenue With The Scaled Down Super Bowl. But, It Might Be Very Well Worth It!

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR FEDEX - FedEx, the Official Delivery Service Sponsor of the NFL, helps deliver the Vince Lombardi Trophy to Tampa Bay in advance of Super Bowl LV on Friday, Jan. 29, 2021 in Tampa. The trophy will be on display Friday, Jan. 29 – Saturday, Feb. 6 at the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe's on the Tampa Riverwalk. (Omar Vega/AP Images for FedEx)

While the city of Tampa is going to miss out on hundreds of millions of dollars in found money from hosting the Super Bowl for the first time since 1991, they may be able to make up the money by becoming known worldwide as “The City of Champions.”

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