WrestleMania Could Mean $100 Million Boost For Bay Area Economy; Cena Calls Silicon Valley ‘Beautiful’
WrestleMania 31 is in Santa Clara this Sunday. The WWE’s annual springtime extravaganza is expected to bring $100 million in economic activity to the Bay Area.
The country’s largest professional wrestling event is coming to Santa Clara in 2015, along with thousands of wrestling fans from around the world…
The spectacle of body slams and chair smacks may soon be experienced at the Levi’s Stadium as the city of Santa Clara will attempt to smack down Philadelphia in a bidding showdown to find out which will host WrestleMania 31—wrestling’s huge-money making showcase—in 2015.
Santa Clara police will soon be armed with the latest communication technology in the law enforcement field. It is expected to prove especially helpful when they patrol the new 49ers stadium, because it will allow officers to coordinate efforts with other emergency responders during an incident.
After weeks of closed-door negotiations, Santa Clara city leaders are expected to agree to the NFL’s demands to host the 50th Super Bowl in February 2016.
Mayors from three Bay Area cities gathered Wednesday to support a bid to bring an upcoming Super Bowl to the new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara.
The battle over $30 million in funding for the new San Francisco 49ers stadium in Santa Clara has taken a new twist as a state legislator has authored a bill that would reallocate funds to the project.
The Santa Clara City Council has approved a construction contract for the San Francisco 49ers’ new stadium that calls on the facility to open in 2014, a year earlier than expected.
Santa Clara is close to committing some $10 million in current and future tax funds to advance plans for a San Francisco 49ers stadium in Santa Clara – the most concrete sign yet that plans for the almost $1 billion facility are moving forward.
San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Joe Montana was scheduled to appear before the Santa Clara City Council Tuesday to pitch a luxury hotel plan for a lot adjacent to the proposed new stadium after the city manager suggested sacking his proposal.