Giants/Jets Super Bowl 2014 Bid Send-Off Ceremony

The Jets and Giants had a Send-off Ceremony for their 2014 Super Bowl bid, and our friend Bobby Blackjack at Talking Football LIVE was there and sent us a few pics!

The rest of the pics can be found on TFL’s facebook page, located here. Remember, you can listen to me on Talking Football LIVE every Friday! Their show page is located here.

Below are excerpts from the press release:

tag line: “Make Some History”
Regional Economic Impact: $550 million (est.)
82,500 seats- 65,000 general seating, 10,000 club seating, 3,900 suite seating
For the week of SB events, the NY/NJ area provides unparalleled choices of landmarks for events:
NFL Experience @ the James A. Farley Post Office Building and/or Jacob Javits Center
NFL Tailgate @ the Meadowlands Racetrack & Izod Center
NFL Super Bowl Party @ the American Museum of Natural History or Ellis Island
Super Bowl Saturday Night Concerts @ Liberty State Park
Plus plenty of hotel accommodations (275 world-class hotels with over 100,000 rooms), 40 Broadway theaters, 60 off-Broadway theaters, 100+ museums, 1700 public parks and the ease of transportation with the new Meadowlands Rail Line which drops off fans right at the “front door”
Only stadium in the NFL to provide inherent home field advantage to both teams as its design
BOTH Super Bowl participants have state of the art facilities to practice in (Timex Performance Center & Atlantic Health Training Center i.e. Jets Complex in Florham Park)

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One Response to “Giants/Jets Super Bowl 2014 Bid Send-Off Ceremony”

  1. Jeremy says:

    This will be the deciding factor.

    Only stadium in the NFL to provide inherent home field advantage to both teams as its design
    BOTH Super Bowl participants have state of the art facilities to practice in (Timex Performance Center & Atlantic Health Training Center i.e. Jets Complex in Florham Park)

    And if it goes through and we get a superbowl here, I will be attending.

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