http://www.startribune.com/local/minneapolis/262253921.html Just thought it was interesting a bit to read the newly released 153 page document showing what the NFL demands for the biggest sports day. What the NFL wants Free police escorts for team owners Use of Presidential suites at the city's top hotels at no-cost 35,000 free parking spaces All revenue from ticket sales to the game Free curbside parking at the NFL House, a "high-end, exclusive drop-in hospitality facility for our most valued and influential guests to meet, unwind, network and conduct business." Local police dedicated to anti-counterfeit enforcement, provided at no cost Twenty free Billboards in the city promoting the Super Bowl Installation of ATM machines at the stadium that accept NFL preferred credit and debit cards, along with the removal of ATMs that "conflict with preferred payment services." Two top quality bowling venues for an NFL celebrity bowling event Portable cell phone towers Hotels where the players stay should be obligated to televise the NFL Network for a year before the Super Bowl-at no cost to the league Free promotional space from local newspapers and at least 6 radio stations for the "NFL Experience" in the months before the game Creation of "clean zones" around the stadium and the hotel for NFL execs that prevent "certain activities" as well as suspend new and existing permits for those activities Free access to three top golf courses in the months before the game Exemption from state, county and municipal taxes "Host committees and the NFL promise as much as $600 million in economic benefits when the Super Bowl comes to town. Robert Baade, an economics professor at Lake Forest College, says the actual benefit ranges from $30 million to $90 million. In another estimate, Webster University economics professor Pat Rishe told Bloomberg that the benefit realized from the 2011 Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium was between $125 and $174 million."