San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Bets Community Service and Crab With Baltimore Mayor

Courtesy: NBC

San Francisco mayor Ed Lee has already received plenty of gifts from the Giants’ World Series victory last fall, but he is on the brink of collecting more.

Lee placed a friendly wager with Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on the Super Bowl between the 49ers and Ravens.

On the line are community service and delicious crab, according to NBC:

As part of the bet, the winning mayor will host the losing mayor to take part in a day of service with local programs from AmeriCorps, a federal community service agency.

The losing mayor will visit a local crab market while wearing the jersey of the winning team and crack open the local crustacean — either a Dungeness crab in San Francisco or a blue crab in Baltimore.

Lee won a wager earlier this postseason with Green Bay mayor James Schmitt. Green Bay will sponsor special preview tours to hundreds of San Francisco school children of the Exploratorium science museum when it opens at its new location on Pier 15 in April.

He also received “Wisconsin cheese curds, chocolates and wine from Captain’s Walk Winery in downtown Green Bay.”

 

 

Topics: Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers

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