Super Bowl: No Ticket, No Entry to Grounds

Cain, Sandi
January 2003
Orange County Business Journal;1/20/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p26
Reports the security arrangements for Super Bowl in San Diego, California. Implementation of San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau of training sessions for taxi and limousine drivers; Installation of digital camera system at the stadium; Restriction of public parking and partying in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot.


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