CHICAGO — After the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup, Mayor Rahm Emanuel won the chance to takeover the City of Boston's website for a day.
He wants Chicagoans' help to figure out what to do with it.
"We're putting together the video right now," said Tom Alexander, the mayor's spokesman. "The mayor felt like Chicagoans were best suited to say why Chicago is the best city."
Chicagoans who want to share their favorite thing about their city can submit videos using the social media hashtag #stanleycupvideo or emailing email@example.com.
The videos will be compiled and displayed on Boston's site when the takeover sometime later this summer, Alexander said.
Other spoils that Emanuel received from winning his bet against Boston Mayor Thomas Menino are:
• The best of Boston-area local foods, with a special attention to seafood.
• Two tickets to a show by Boston's Huntington Theatre Company.
• Two tickets to the annual Theo Epstein & Peter Gammons' Hot Stove Cool Music show. (Theo Epstein is the former GM of the Boston Red Sox and the current president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs.)
• Regardless of who won the Stanley Cup, both mayors would plant a tree in front of an elementary school in honor of education in the other city.