PHOENIX — The 2015 Super Bowl may be scheduled to play in Glendale, but Scottsdale is already marketing itself as the city to stay in before the big game.
The city’s Convention and Visitor’s Bureau launched a website, BigGameInScottsdale.com, that offers different suggestions on where to stay, eat and things to do while in the Valley.
The site is still in its infancy and said it plans to add more information about the game as it becomes available. Seeing as how the game is about one year away, there isn’t a lot of information yet.
However, with the buzz around this year’s Super Bowl more about the weather than the game, Scottsdale was wise to include a weather widget at the top of the page.
Super Bowl XLIX is scheduled for 2015 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
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