Not too long before Arlington and the Dallas Cowboys opened Jerry Jones’ $1.1 billion nightclub in 2009, he said he wanted to get “in the business of hosting Super Bowls.” Ten years into JerryWorld and Arlington’s business of hosting Super Bowls looks like a closed-shop flop. Neither Jerry, nor Arlington and area civic leaders, saw this one coming.
Not too long before Arlington and the Dallas Cowboys opened Jerry Jones’ $1.1 billion nightclub in 2009, he said he wanted to get “in the business of hosting Super Bowls.” Ten years into JerryWorld and Arlington’s business of hosting Super Bowls looks like a closed-shop flop. Neither Jerry, nor Arlington and area civic leaders, saw this one coming. Tony Gutierrez AP
Not too long before Arlington and the Dallas Cowboys opened Jerry Jones’ $1.1 billion nightclub in 2009, he said he wanted to get “in the business of hosting Super Bowls.” Ten years into JerryWorld and Arlington’s business of hosting Super Bowls looks like a closed-shop flop. Neither Jerry, nor Arlington and area civic leaders, saw this one coming. Tony Gutierrez AP