Report: Indianapolis took $350,000 loss hosting Super Bowl

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Circle City likely lost ‘several hundred thousand dollars hosting the Super Bowl, but officials say that's less than expected.

According to the Indy Star, the Capital Improvement Board released its crunched numbers and it took a loss of about $350,000.

The city spent just over $3 million on things like labor and snow removal equipment.

Last summer the group projected it would lose more than $800,000. 

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