Friday, February 10, 2023

It’s that time of the year again – when the Kansas City Office celebrates the Chiefs going to The Big Game!

As the Chiefs prepare to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles, it is important to note what an event like this means to the host city, the city of Glendale, Arizona. Every year, thousands of people travel to the lucky city that will hold the championship, generating millions of dollars in revenue for businesses and local governments. The game is also seen as an opportunity to showcase a city’s culture and attractions, resulting in increased tourism.

The Big Game brings in large amounts of money from visitors who stay at hotels, eat at restaurants, and shop at local stores. In 2022, an independent economist found that host cities can see an economic boost ranging from $30 million to $130 million. In turn, this influx of revenue can be used to fund projects that would otherwise not be possible without this additional income to local businesses.

As you may know, the United States will be hosting the 2026 World Cup, with sixteen cities hosting matches across the country. Kansas City is joining such big-time host cities as Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles. It is expected that the tourism boost will be beneficial for the local community and businesses. This growing city is the best place to host an event of this stature, and hosting is a great way for entrepreneurs to experience growth. Being chosen to be a host city several years in advance affords business leaders and entrepreneurs in selected World Cup host cities time to prepare for this highly anticipated event.

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