The Tampa Bay Rowdies and the former Carolina Railhawks both unveiled campaigns to push for joining Major League Soccer on Tuesday.
Both clubs played this year in the NASL, which is facing financial difficulties. The Rowdies announced in October that they were leaving the second-tier league for the third-tier USL.
But just six weeks later the Rowdies announced much bigger plans to attract MLS, including a privately financed renovation and expansion of its Al Lang Stadium.
"We are committed...