Don’t confuse that. The Minnesota Vikings and a Super Bowl? Laughable. However, there’s another way the Vikings can get a Super Bowl.
They can host one in their stadium. And they’re trying to go that route.
The Vikings have thrown their hat into the ring for the 2018 Super Bowl, which they would host at the Hormel Chili Dome.
“The Super Bowl is the most watched annual event in the world. In addition to game attendees, it brings over 100,000 people to the host community for a weeklong celebration,” said Mark Gov. Dayton. “Hosting the Super Bowl would bring enormous economic benefits to many Minnesota businesses, as well as provide a terrific opportunity to again showcase Minnesota to the world.”
Hahahaha. Showcase Minnesota to the world!
Like the world wants to see Minnesota!
Minnesota is actually one of three finalists for the 2018 game with Indianapolis and New Orleans. Why? Because they’re building a new stadium and that stadium will be done in two years and the NFL likes to award cities who build new stadiums.
So why can Minneapolis get a Super Bowl and not Green Bay? Clearly, it’s an inferior town with an inferior football team.
Well, because it has an airport with more than three terminals.
It is, however, the only way the Vikings will ever have anything to do with the Super Bowl.