Washington Post Proclaims: Kansas City Wins World Cup

Today progressive media tout a local achievement and echo hype that we've heard from local promoters.

In fact . . . For people who read the news closely, this report seems like the talking points from Visit KC. Verbatim. 

Still . . . We are, in fact, impressed that local marketing hacks were able to garner another promotional article from inside the Beltway . . . Check-it . . .

"Kansas City emerged as the sole representative of the US Midwest after Chicago and Detroit — both 1994 hosts — fell out earlier in the selection process, and Cincinnati missed the final cut. It’s impressive to beat out bigger, more well-known cities such as Washington, Denver and Nashville. But it will also be an economic catalyst for the city at a time when migration trends in America are shifting towards the interior, and in a decade where there’s a scramble to find housing that’s more affordable than on either coast."

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Analysis | The World Cup's Biggest Winner May Be Kansas City

Placeholder while article actions load US cities designated to host the 2026 World Cup - to be held in North America - include most of the globally powerful names you might expect: Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco. And then there's Kansas City.