The anti-soccer group, backed Royal Caribbean and cargo operators, unveiled a collection of television and radio ads on Friday. Spoiler: they compare the proposed David Beckham soccer stadium in PortMiami to the Marlins Park deal.
Miami-Dade County and Miami borrowed more than $400 million for the baseball park, and provided the land, while Beckham said he's only seeking land and a state subsidy for his stadium. And his negotiators have promised MIami-Dade will receive market rent for the county-owned site will pay.
The anti-stadium group, the Miami Seaport Alliance, insists the port can't handle the traffic and crowds from a soccer stadium and that Beckham risks damaging a major economic engine for the county.
The English-language version of the ad: