Business Connect is the NFL’s supplier diversity program and a great way for Minnesota small businesses to get involved with Super Bowl 52. Participants will be profiled in the resource guide, invited to events and workshops, and given access to resources and networking opportunities. Stay tuned to our website to learn more about how your business can participate.
Executing an event of this scale requires thousands of volunteers who are passionate about Minnesota and making sure the more than one million visitors we’re about to receive see our state in the best light possible.
More information about volunteering—including the registration, screening, and training process—will be available in Fall, 2016.
If your organization is interested in becoming a partner with Super Bowl LII, please contact Wendy Blackshaw at email@example.com.
Want to be part of the team making Super Bowl LII happen? Check here for opportunities to join our Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Team.
As one of the most watched events in the world, the Super Bowl instantly puts our state in the national spotlight. Super Bowl 49 drew a record-setting 114.5 million viewers, making it the most watched program in US television history. More than 5,000 members of the media will be in attendance to cover not only the game, but also the excitement and activity surrounding it. The media center goes live 10 days before the game, with countless shows broadcasting "live from Minnesota" -- i ...continue reading
There are a number of ways local businesses can get involved in the Super Bowl, the primary of which is Business Connect, the NFL's supplier diversity program. The program will identify 300-400 small businesses, suppliers, and service providers from our area to participate in the program. Accepted businesses will be profiled in the resource guide, allowing those in need of their services to quickly identify qualified providers of goods and services.
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NBC is the official broadcast partner for Super Bowl LII.
The Host Committee does not sell tickets. Ticket information will be made available by the NFL in 2017.
If you are interested in Super Bowl LII Suites or Hospitality, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee serves as the liaison between the National Football League and the local community. Our job is to plan and support activities to ensure a safe and successful Super Bowl experience for both the league and Minnesotans and to use the Super Bowl platform to introduce the world to our Bold North story. The Host Committee is a Section 501c(6) non-profit.