Select local businesses had the chance to pitch the NFL and area industry experts on how they can help ensure Super Bowl LVIII-related events succeed.
With the Super Bowl the largest sporting event in the U.S., Las Vegas will seek to capitalize on the event outside of the game itself.
With Super Bowl LVIII about a year away, Las Vegas may wrestle with highway transportation matters, in-town transit issues and more visitors than hotels can accommodate.
On the biggest sports betting day of the year Sunday, countless gamblers in Nevada were unable to place their bets on the Super Bowl.
The handoff from Phoenix officially set the countdown to the 2024 edition taking place Feb. 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium.
Members of the Clark County Department of Aviation executive team are in Arizona to get a firsthand look at what a Super Bowl means to the aviation industry.
For the first time in history, the NFL’s championship game will be staged in a state that offers legalized sports wagering, with a legal sportsbook at the stadium.
Tourism officials hope some form of the Boring Co.’s transportation project will be operable by the time big game arrives in 2024.
Information regarding partnerships and program activities tied to Super Bowl LVII slated for Feb. 11, 2024, were highlighted during the news conference.
Allegiant Stadium will host the massive event slated to generate over $500 million in economic impact, according to Steve Hill.
Even though the game is nearly two years away, Steve Hill and the Super Bowl Host Committee got a head start on planning for the NFL’s biggest showcase here in 2024.