CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, will describe what it would take for Charlotte to host a
A group of Charlotte city, county and business leaders are going to New York in two weeks as part of the Chamber of
Commerce's annual inter-city visit.
New York and New Jersey are co-hosting the Super Bowl in 2014.
The group will go on a tour of Metlife Stadium with the New York Giant's co-owner and will speak with Goodell.
The chamber says the trip is about learning from New York City's example, not just in sports, but in education and revitalizing the neighborhoods as well.
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