Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee's Website Now Bigger And Bolder - 15 July 2016

The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee announced today it has added fresh content and features to its website, which serves as a central hub for updates and news around activities and events in Minnesota leading up to Super Bowl LII, to be played in the new U.S. Bank Stadium. The updated website is to serve as hub for news related to Super Bowl LII events and activities.

"Our Host Committee website is our portal for keeping residents, visitors, local businesses and sponsoring partners up-to-the-minute on events and activities taking place across Minnesota leading up to Super Bowl LII," said Maureen Hooley Bausch, CEO of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. "We want our local communities and businesses to be informed and engaged as we prepare to host one of the world's largest sporting events right here in the Bold North. The opening of U.S. Bank Stadium builds excitement as our countdown clock ticks towards Super Bowl kickoff."

Updated website content includes a countdown clock to Super Bowl Sunday on February 4, 2018; resources for planning a visit to Minnesota; and information about Business Connect, a program designed to help local businesses get involved in Super Bowl LII. In the 52 weeks leading up to Game Day in Minnesota, the website will feature stories about the Committee's Legacy efforts, and the local communities and organizations helping to create an engaging and welcoming experience for visitors. Minnesotans can also read more about the partners helping to bring the Host Committee's vision to life; businesses wishing to become a Super Bowl Host Committee partner can also use the site to learn more about the opportunities to be part of the biggest event ever to come to the Bold North.

Residents, fans and visitors who want to be first-to-know about events and Super Bowl activities are invited to visit www.mnsuperbowl.com to sign up for the Host Committee's Fan Email. Fans planning to attend the Grand Opening of U.S. Bank Stadium on July 23 and July 24 in Minneapolis can stop by the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee photo booth for unique souvenir photo opportunities and to sign up for the Fan Email.

Article initially published on PRNewswire on 15 July, 2016