Foreigners celebrate Super Bowl in Marina

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Restaurants, bars and sports bars benefited with high profits

The Super Bowl final between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals generated important income in restaurants, bars and sports bars in Puerto Vallarta. Fans of this sport filled the businesses in the Marina. And in the rest of the city, mostly tourists and residents from the United States and Canada. Betting began very early in the morning at the Sticky Fingers restaurant (in front of the yacht club in Marina Vallarta), where tourists arrived at three o'clock in the afternoon to take their places and waited for about two and a half hours for the game to begin. In the meantime they bought shirts of their favorite teams and enjoyed the food and drinks that the store had prepared especially for this occasion.

The restaurant was full of American and Canadian tourists, English and French people living in the United States, there were people from New Orleans, Alaska, Seattle, Vancouver, Michigan, Newkeland, Minnessota and Louisiana. Among the Canadians we met an artist Debbie Brown, who is a singer, actress and model, who confessed to us that she loves Puerto Vallarta. Tourists commented to this media that they like to come to Puerto Vallarta to celebrate the Super Bowl, which is not the first time they have done it.

Super Bowl fans wore the jerseys of their favorite teams, some of them won bets ranging from 1,000 pesos, 3,000 to 6,000 pesos. There was also a raffle of wall clocks among other things. At the end there was a lot of excitement and fellowship among the foreigners from different countries who enjoyed the encounter of the finalist teams.