via Charlotte Mayors Office

With the Cincinnati Bengals set to take on the visiting Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the mayors of Cincinnati and Charlotte have decided to wage a Twitter battle over which city has the true rights to the nickname, "The Queen City."  

By Extra Mustard
October 07, 2014

With the Cincinnati Bengals set to take on the visiting Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the mayors of Cincinnati and Charlotte have decided to wage a battle over which city has the true rights to the nickname, "The Queen City."

The towns have dubbed the game the "Queen City Bowl," even coming up with a logo and hashtag (#QCBowl) for the battle, while the mayors are getting into it on Twitter.

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The losing town has agreed to "issue the winner a symbolic item relevant to its city," with the prize being revealed after Sunday's contest.

 
Brendan Maloy

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