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February 08, 2011

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Maura Gast

And at the end of the day, none of those hundreds of thousands of visitors who swarmed "North Texas" cared a lick about the dotted lines that distinguish the cities from each other. They came to the region where the Super Bowl was being held, just like they did in "South Florida." They went were their teams were, whether they got the town names right or not. They went where the activity centers were, whether they got the town names right or not. And that's where they left their cash behind. And if I had what they wanted when they got here, then when they come back, they'll be back with me whether they got my name right or not. And no one knows better than I about the misnomer pain, but at the end of the day, whether you got my name right or wrong, we benefited. Yes, it would make the DMO's life a WHOLE LOT EASIER if anyone got it right. But then, if that were the case, anyone could do this job, now couldn't they??? :>)

Bill Geist

So true, my friend.

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