The 13-block stretch of Broadway between 34th and 47th features a giant toboggan run, a merchandise shop and a place for fans to try kicking field goals, among other activities.
He said Monday the title game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos is expected to generate $550 million to $600 million for the region. He insists cold-weather sites can handle football’s biggest event.
The National Football League says it has considered contingency plans in case a serious storm slams the Tri-State area around Super Bowl time.
“You will be allowed to have food in your car and have drink in your car,” Al Kelly said. “And provided you’re in the boundaries of a single parking space, you’ll be able to eat or drink right next to your car.”
Every one of the 82,000 entering MetLife Stadium will receive a gift bag. Inside are a seat cushion, muffler, ski gaiters, three pairs of hand- and foot-warmers, lip balm and a package of tissues.
“I said, ‘Listen, Roger, I can’t guarantee the lights aren’t going to go out,’” Christie said. “‘But if they do, there will be bodies strewn in the parking lot for the people who are responsible for the lights going out.’”
The Tri-State area is getting ready to host its first Super Bowl. What better way to celebrate the occasion than to insult the region, its fans and teams. Wait — what?
Thousands of people took time out of their busy schedules Saturday to plant trees lost in a park in the Rockaways after Superstorm Sandy.
The Huddle Shuttle is a rolling Super Bowl exhibit and will house the Vince Lombardi trophy, video features and a mock locker room.
“I think by next February, you’ll see that New Jersey will have recovered a good amount from the storm, and it will be a good way to turn the page from being victims to being survivors and thrivers,” Christie said.
B&C are joined by a Hall of Famer & the man that will oversee the NY/NJ SB.
“We appreciate Governor Christie’s leadership and commitment to the Super Bowl,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said. “We look forward to working closely with the state to help present a memorable week for our fans, teams, and partners, and media from around the world.”
Roger Goodell noticed the snowflake in icy blue-and-white, centered before the George Washington Bridge, during the debut of the host committee’s logo for the 2014 Super Bowl.