It wasn’t the National Football League’s priority to break a Super Bowl attendance record in Arlington in 2011, Commissioner Roger Goodell says in a taped deposition, but the 13,000 extra seats installed by the Dallas Cowboys were projected to bring about $26 million more in revenue than the previous year’s big game.
It wasn’t the National Football League’s priority to break a Super Bowl attendance record in Arlington in 2011, Commissioner Roger Goodell says in a taped deposition, but the 13,000 extra seats installed by the Dallas Cowboys were projected to bring about $26 million more in revenue than the previous year’s big game. David J. Phillip The Associated Press
It wasn’t the National Football League’s priority to break a Super Bowl attendance record in Arlington in 2011, Commissioner Roger Goodell says in a taped deposition, but the 13,000 extra seats installed by the Dallas Cowboys were projected to bring about $26 million more in revenue than the previous year’s big game. David J. Phillip The Associated Press