TKC Told You So: Kansas City Approves Up To 3 MILLION BUCKS Of NFL Draft Spending

Special thanks to our KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY we talked about this story last week.

Here's the aftermath before we endure so much mysticism regarding "economic impact" speculation: 

"On Thursday, the KCMO City Council passed an ordinance to allocate the funding.Under the ordinance, KCMO City Manager Brian Platt will work with the Kansas City Sports Commission to execute an agreement that doesn't exceed $3 million."

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KC leaders approve another $3M toward NFL Draft, which is expected to bring in $100M+

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - UPDATE: The KCMO City Council has "approved funding the City's contribution of potentially $3M," according to a Tweet from the city. Previous coverage is below. Millions of dollars are being put in the pot to get the operations up and running with 99 days left before thousands of people come to Kansas City for the NFL Draft.

Kansas City is 100 days out from hosting the 2023 NFL Draft

The countdown is on in Kansas City. There are only 100 days left until the 2023 NFL draft makes its way to KC. It will be one of the most significant sporting events the city has ever seen.Union Station will take center stage.Who could blame George Guastello for feeling nervous?There is so much work to be done between now and the draft's opening night.Guastello is the President and CEO of Union Station.

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