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?
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.
“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.”
After Sandy hit, the Loews Regency decided to donate the conference tables, refrigerators and other furniture. The hotel temporarily closed on New Year’s Day for renovations and is scheduled to reopen this fall.
Jonathan Tisch and Woody Johnson announced Monday that Alfred F. Kelly Jr. will oversee preparations for the game at the New Meadowlands Stadium in February 2014, the NFL’s first open-air, cold-weather Super Bowl.
For every foolish football player who likens himself to a soldier, there are ten men who get the difference. Many of them were in the same room Monday night – blue warriors helping true warriors.