The national debt for the U.S. passed $15 trillion on Wednesday afternoon as the boys and girls in Washington D.C. continue to blamestorm.
Perhaps President Obama should hire the people who ran the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee to fix the financial crisis in America, as they might know how to handle money better than all the politicians combined.
The group that put together this year's Super Bowl report expects to end up with a $7.15 million surplus after putting on the game that featured the Packers beating the Steelers in February.
The committee is taking $2 million from the excess cash to bid for a future Super Bowl bid at Cowboys Stadium.
Roger Staubach, the Cowboys quarterback legend, is outgoing chairman of the group, which got the remaining revenue from the state fund, sponsorships and hotel occupancy taxes.
The rest of the riches, more than $5 million, will be distributed to four charities in Texas. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the NFL Youth Education Town center for at-risk youths, the North Texas Food Bank, the Tarrant Area Food Bank, and the NFL's Slant 45 service projects in North Texas will benefit from the money.
Alan White, CEO of PlainsCapital Corp., is the new chairman of the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee.
The North Texas group is eyeing its next Super Bowl bid in the 50's.
Green Bay Packers win their fourth Super Bowl over the Steelers, leading wire to wire.
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