Real estate investment trust VICI Properties announced its support for the Las Vegas Super Bowl Committee Charities.
Through community affairs programmes, initiatives and legacy projects, the Las Vegas Host Committees Charities is geared towards improving the quality of life of Nevada residents in the run up to the 2024 Super Bowl and beyond.
Next year’s Super Bowl will take place in February at Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas.
John Payne, president and chief operating officer of VICI Properties, said: “We are thrilled to serve as a partner in advancing the charitable initiatives that support bringing the Super Bowl to Las Vegas for the first time in 2024.
“Hosting the Super Bowl is expected to generate hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity and will cement Las Vegas’ track record as the premier city for large-scale sporting and cultural events in the United States.”
Cameron Lewis, vice president and associate general counsel of VICI Properties, added: “Along with many other philanthropic sponsors and through the NFL’s matching commitment, VICI’s contribution will help provide millions of dollars in financial support for local and regional non-profit organisations, furthering our commitment to social responsibility and our stakeholders, including communities such as Las Vegas in which we own and lease properties.”