Somehow, I missed this article. The Minneapolis star-tribune researched the demands made by the NFL of the city in return for the Super Bowl.
Their findings are summarized here:
Still think it's about sport? Helping the community? Think the stories about it "generating revenue" are supported by this?
Clearly, in exchange for the dangling carrot, the city must give up a lot. And it affects that story that it brings "revenue and jobs"
Of course asking for 10,000 volunteers further undermines this.
IMHO, they can keep the Super Bowl. It's okay by me if it never comes back to Miami. What a joke.
If you want to read all 153 pages(!!) of demands for yourself, they are available here: