Behind The Scenes at Super Bowl XLVI

Behind The Scenes at Super Bowl XLVI



Fans will have the opportunity to gain inside access into behind-the-scenes inner workings of Super Bowl XLVI


2011-12-22

Fans will have the opportunity to gain inside access into behind-the-scenes inner workings of Super Bowl XLVI with special tours of Lucas Oil Stadium and the Super Bowl Media Center, and for the first time, Media Day.



First-ever access to Media Day and stadium and
Media Center tours provide unique unprecedented access




The announcement was made Wednesday in Indianapolis by Frank Supovitz, the NFL's senior vice president of events. Supovitz and 200 planners were in the city this week for another series of Super Bowl planning meetings.




While the Super Bowl lasts only three and a half hours, preparation for the game takes thousands of hours and thousands of workers. Fans will have the opportunity to gain inside access into behind-the-scenes inner workings of Super Bowl XLVI with special tours of Lucas Oil Stadium and the Super Bowl Media Center, and for the first time, Media Day, it was announced.



Super Bowl XLVI will be played Feb. 5, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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