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Seattle, Denver Mayors Make Friendly Bowl Bets

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SEATTLE (AP) - The mayors of Seattle and Denver have made their friendly Super Bowl bets, promoting local businesses and causes.
    
In a call Monday, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said in the unlikely event of a Broncos win, he would send Denver Mayor Michael Hancock salmon, Dungeness crab, a bicycle made by Rodriguez Bicycles in Seattle and a piece of blown glass from artist Dale Chihuly.
    
If the Seahawks win, Mayor Hancock says he'll send a sampling of Denver's green chile and a hoodie, ball cap and skis handmade by Denver's locally grown Icelantic Skis.

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