By Office of Communication
Posted on September 24, 2012, September 24, 2012

Cowboys Stadium hosted more than 80,000 football fans for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Mayors from many U.S. cities toured the renowned facility before kickoff.

The United States Conference of Mayors was in town for their Fall Leadership Meeting.

After visiting the sidelines before the game Mayor Cluck took a portion of the group on his own tour. Mayor Michael Nutter from Philadelphia joined colleagues from Sacramento, Oakland, Green Bay, Charlotte, Mesa and Cincinnati for a deeper look into City run operations inside the stadium.

The tour met with Arlington Public Safety Officials and learned about operations varying from healthcare to traffic management.

Mayor Cluck was happy to show off Arlington's latest facility. He said "I'm happy to share with other cities the innovations this stadium offers. From our state-of-the-art traffic management center to the public safety facilities, our personnel do whatever it takes to keep fans safe on game day."

Following the conclusion of the tour the Mayors were able to enjoy the game and experience a Cowboys victory.

 Stadium Operations

From left: Mayor Anthony Foxx (Charlotte, NC), Mayor ;Jim Schmitt (Green Bay, WI), Mayor ;Michael Nutter (Philadelphia, PA), Mayor ;Scott Smith (Mesa, AZ), Mayor ;Robert N. Cluck (Arlington, TX), Sgt. Cable Johnson (Arlington Police Department)

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