A Las Vegas chapel has extended a complimentary service to the prominent NFL couple Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.
The Chapel of the Flowers is poised to offer its services to Kelce and Swift should they opt to tie the knot after Sunday's Super Bowl.
Renowned for its wedding chapels, Las Vegas is accustomed to providing wedding services during significant events. In November of last year, various chapels presented Formula 1-themed ceremonies for racing enthusiasts attending the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
There is much speculation circulating in Las Vegas that Kelce might propose amidst the jubilation of a potential Chiefs Super Bowl victory.
This wouldn't be the first instance of an athlete proposing after a sporting event; Carl Froch proposed to his partner after his Wembley triumph over George Groves.
Donna Kerestic, the CEO of the chapel, stated, "We're prepared to enhance the significance of the big game for Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce with a wedding in one of our renowned chapels. If they're willing to turn their 'Big Day' into a Vegas extravaganza, we have an aisle prepared and ready to go. Vegas weddings are the true MVP."
Certainly, all eyes will be on Taylor Swift before the game. The megastar will be present to support the Chiefs and Kelce in their quest for another Super Bowl victory.
And if Kansas City secures the Vince Lombardi Trophy, it could indeed turn into an even more spectacular weekend for this celebrated duo.
It must be noted that Super Bowl LVIII is expected to inject $500 million in economic profit into Las Vegas.
With a capacity of almost 65,000, Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas would be crowded with the fans of the mega sport's event, Essentially Sports reported.
In addition, the city is scheduled to welcome an estimated 150,000 tourists. The hugely influential event has a big impact on hospitality, food and beverage, and many other industries. It is only fitting to examine the events scheduled for Vegas this month.
Research by NRF noted that this year's Super Bowl LVIII spending will total more than $17.3 billion. Some are going to throw parties at their homes, some are going to bars or pubs, and some lucky fans will be watching it live at Allegiant Stadium.
According to an NRF survey, a standard attendee is expected to spend $86.04 on products, F&B, and party supplies.