Tuesday, May 20, 2008

More breaking news, this time good!


Congratulations, Indiana!


The greatest city and the greatest state are hosting the world's biggest sporting event, Super Bowl XLVI! The National Football League owners have shown a great deal of faith in our state's ability to host this prestigious event. Without a doubt, this will be one of the most memorable Super Bowls ever and have a lasting, positive impact on our state.


As more details become available we will keep the Colts family informed. This victory for our entire state transcends the Indianapolis Colts and speaks volumes about the commitment and vision which led to the construction of Lucas Oil Stadium, the league's finest venue. This announcement is another example of the power of millions of Hoosiers following a determined path to success. For more information please go to www.our2012sb.com

Awesome! Indianapolis will be hosting the Super Bowl in 2012! I'm a realist--tickets are probably out of our league. But what an honor and how exciting for our state!


jjdolfin9 said...

Congrats Beth.

carouselqueen70 said...

I am not really into watching football on TV but I do like watching it live in the stadium. My son plays varsity football so I spend alot of time watching the game. I dont get to go to many away games but I attend every home game. I would love to take my son to a proffession football game like that. BUt you are so right about how expensive that would be.... love, Christine

shrbrisc said...

congratulations I love the state it is so beautiful I can't wait to revist

krmprm said...

The Colts are my boyfriend's favorite team and his brother lives in
Indianapolis.  We may not be going but I am sure brother will.  I know
he is delighted about his city being chosen,  as you are, I am sure.  I have
only been into your state once or twice and not very far,  but I liked what
I saw of it.  Have a great day.  Pat from Roses rambling.

rdautumnsage said...

Realist or not you have at least 3 1/2 years to put a little aside here and there and make it a reality. You never know with the Recession prices might actually drop inflation wise (yeah, I'm full of oxymoric attempts these days) to be afforable. I'm prone to never say never. (Hugs) Indigo