Volunteer – Be a part of Crew 52!
In February 2018, all eyes will be on Minnesota for Super Bowl LII. One of the most rewarding ways to make your own Super Bowl LII memory is to volunteer to be a part of Crew 52. Crew 52 is our team of up to 10,000 volunteers, who will be a central part making our Super Bowl a success. Crew 52 volunteers will become the face of Minnesota as we host more than 1 million visitors during the 10 day festival. The Host Committee is looking for bold, friendly people who are passionate about football, about Minnesota, and can commit to three or more shifts during Super Bowl LII week.
The official application will launch in Spring 2017. Be sure to sign up for our Fan Email to be the first to hear when the application opens!
Being a part of Crew 52 is a rewarding, yet demanding role. Here is what you need to know before you start your application:
We will not require any volunteer support inside U.S. Bank Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.
While the Super Bowl will be seen by millions from around the world, this is still a Minnesota event, through and through. If you'd like to help, there's a way for all Minnesotans to volunteer for the Super Bowl. There are also paid positions, corporate partnerships, and, for local businesses, Business Connect. Click here to learn more about getting involved.
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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Thank you for your interest in volunteering. More information will be forthcoming as the Super Bowl approaches, starting in late 2016.
Beyond its star power, Super Bowl LII is an engine for growth and opportunity for our State. The game will leave an economic impact of more than $400 million, attract millions of first-time tourists, and welcome thousands of members of the media filing stories on just about every facet of Minnesota life.
As the Host Committee for Super Bowl LII, our goal is to ensure that the positive impacts of the game touch every corner of our state. One of the ways we'll accomplish this is throug ...continue reading
The Super Bowl is more than just a game; it's a 10-day festival, with events held across the metro area drawing in fans and families from around the state and around the world to enjoy all the Bold North has to offer.
The 10 days leading up to the Super Bowl will feature events for all ages, with a variety of activities--including many at no or low-cost to attend. From the NFL Experience to Super Bowl Live, visitors will experience a world-class, uniquely Minnesotan event, including ...continue reading