Seattle, Denver mayors make friendly bowl bets

Seattle, Denver mayors make friendly bowl bets
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray speaks via speakerphone with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock as the mayors talk about what is at stake in their bet on the success of their football teams in the Super Bowl XLVIII, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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.