We’re just over 48 hours from kickoff, and if this picture from the NFL Super Bowl blog is any indication, Indianapolis is ready for Super Bowl XLVI:
As we discussed earlier in the week, the HOK-designed Indianapolis International Airport is getting rave reviews from some of the 40,000+ extra passengers flying through it this week. We’re thrilled to hear about how Indianapolis leaders are using the Super Bowl as an opportunity to transform the city, and we’re especially excited that the HOK-designed JW Marriott Indianapolis is the official media headquarters for Super Bowl XLVI.
Here’s what it looks like in the off-season:
Excitement for Super Bowl XLVI is building, and the Indianapolis Airport Authority and Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee’s preparations are already paying off. The Authority is prepared to accommodate an additional air-traffic load of 40,000 people at Indianapolis International Airport this week, with 75 additional commercial flights and 60 additional charter flights. Among the visitors are thousands of sports media members who are descending on Indianapolis to cover the world’s biggest annual sporting event.
Yesterday, ESPN’s Colin Cowherd raved about the airport on his radio show.
“They have a new airport in Indianapolis,” said Cowherd. “If you are …
I’ve been meaning to post this for a while now, but what better time to do it than Super Bowl week!
This is a Super Bowl commercial from a few years ago, put on by Reebok. It’s the story of a CEO of a company hiring an ‘office linebacker’ (Terry Tate) to scare employees into being prodcutive and doing the right thing.
Personally, my favorite part is when the guy is intimidated (mind games) into throwing the the can into the recycling bin. Luckily, we dont have to police that much around here though. We got some pretty responsible ‘greenies’ in the Atlanta office.
There are more than just this one, see them all HERE. …
It is the Tuesday after being invaded by Super Bowl fans and there is a pirate invasion in Tampa. Check out this link to find out more about the Tampa invasions.