The Economics of the Super Bowl

Roy GreenI’ll be on The Roy Green Show today, talking about the misleading economics of the Super Bowl.

In short, the NFL says the economic impact of hosting a Super Bowl is about $300 million. Serious sports economists say it’s closer to $30 million, for a whole host of reasons.

Tune in to find out why, on the Corus Radio Network in Canada at 3:30 p.m. EDT.

About Mark Yost
August 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Mark Yost has spent more than 20 years tromping across the battlefields of Belgium and France and writing about his adventures for The Wall Street Journal Leisure and Arts pages. Now you can tap into Mark's expertise as a tour guide who can lead your trip to the Western Front. If you prefer a self-guided tour, he can help you plan your route so that you don't miss the most memorable monuments, the most moving cemeteries, and the most informative and engaging museums. He's also available to speak about this important and often forgotten historical era at your next professional meeting or luncheon get-together. Mark Yost: Don't go to the Western Front without him. Contact: 718-614-8412.

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