Super Bowl LVII countdown clock unveiled at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
PHOENIX — A clock counting down the days to Super Bowl LVII set to be hosted at State Farm Stadium in Glendale now hangs at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
“Sky Harbor is going to see record-setting passengers come through next February,” Jay Parry, president and CEO of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, said at an event Tuesday unveiling the countdown clock.
“I know Arizona is ready to roll out the red carpet and welcome all those visitors from around the world.”
The clock hanging at the airport’s terminal four shows there are about 170 days to go until the big game.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said at the unveiling her city will host Super Bowl-related events and promised to deliver a great experience for fans.
“Phoenix does tourism well,” Gallego said. “We are committed to being a welcoming city that delivers a great experience.”
This will be the fourth time Arizona will host the Super Bowl.
The last time was in 2015 when the state saw a $720 million economic impact directly related to that year’s game.
Economists project this season’s Super Bowl LVII will exceed that.