Indianapolis Puts More Money Into Trying to Get Super Bowl XLVI

Lucas Oil Stadium

The city of Indianapolis and their new stadium – Lucas Oil Stadium, are making even more of a push for Super Bowl XLVI, to be played in 2012.  Organizers of the cities bid say that local companies have pledged $25 mil in hopes of landing the mega event to their city.  The decision on who gets the big game will come Tuesday at the owner meetings in Atlanta.  Right now the three cities up for the event are Indy, Phoenix and Houston.  Lucas Oil Products Inc. owner Forrest Lucas, who paid $122 million for the naming rights to the Colts’ new home, agreed to contribute $1 million.


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