Mayor Lee: 'Super Bowl is important to whole region'
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and 49ers President Jed York discuss what it will take for the Bay Area to win an upcoming Super Bowl bid.
With the stadium on schedule for the 2014. Season and officials made it clear Wednesday that the regions are joining forces to put together a good that did for the Bay Area at a host the Super Bowl. Nearly made it a point to say that any ill feelings towards the stadium being built in -- clapped. Vs San Francisco are now at being at the pats as -- team up our super ball in the near future. The Super Bowl bid this incredibly important of all fair region that the strength apart bit. Will be reflected in the collaboration we do as a whole region and this is how we think. Win this -- it's a pleasure to be working with so many great people to green. The biggest sporting event in the world. And northern California we talked about bringing aboard in the -- It is gonna take a regional effort. It's gonna take a lot of hard work. There's no greater place to have a Super Bowl here in Silicon Valley we'll have the very best stadium in the best bad experience -- -- big -- big effort. Super Bowl then the Super Bowl that you want personally I don't really care we'll take either one of the Cadillac down fifteen and us. The NFL has figured -- determine where Super Bowl that -- will be how bad regardless of when the announcement comes the city officials and jet New York stressed. Already the new stadium is -- regional project with regional benefits from the people who are. Currently employed working on the stadium to the opportunities that will come from the games played there.