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Super Bowl XLVI Stadium Crafted by Building Trades Union Project Labor Agreement, an "Industry Today" Webcast on Industrialinfo.com

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SUGAR LAND--February 3, 2012--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--This weekend, millions of Americans will be in front of their televisions, watching the Patriots and Giants battle it out in Super Bowl XLVI. The game, undoubtedly one of the biggest sporting events of the year, is taking place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since its doors opened in 2008, the stadium has provided many economic benefits to the community and has hosted concerts, the NCAA Final Four, and many other events that have brought people and money into the city. Moreover, the project was constructed by Indiana's Building Trades Unions through a Project Labor Agreement (PLA).

Join America's Building Trades Unions, the Indianapolis Colts and the craftsmen and women who built the stadium in this week's "Industry Today" webcast.

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