Super Bowl XLIX Archives

Super Bowl generates record revenues for hotels


In addition to being the most-watched televised event of all time, Super Bowl XLIX generated unprecedented revenues for metropolitan Phoenix’s hotel industry. According to Smith Travel Research, revenue per available room (RevPAR), a key indicator of hotel performance, spiked at $324.87 for metro Phoenix on Jan. 31, the day before the Super Bowl. That’s the… Read More →

Super Bowl generates $2M for local nonprofits


The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, in partnership with the National Football League (NFL) Foundation, has distributed more than $2 million to 27 Arizona non-profit organizations. The broad range of nonprofits was selected to receive funding based on their program’s significant impact on the education, health and wellness of local youth. An estimated 400,000 local… Read More →

JLL, Roger Staubach Predicting Victory for New England on Sunday

University of Phoenix, Glendale, 2015 Super Bowl

Oddsmakers see an even matchup in Sunday’s Big Game between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, but if commercial real estate statistics – and the view of a former title game MVP – are considered, Tom Brady should celebrate his fourth championship. JLL and its Americas Executive Chairman Roger Staubach are predicting a victory… Read More →

NB|AZ will air ‘Elevate AZ’ Super Bowl ad


In an effort to promote Arizona and the businesses that impact its communities and citizens, National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) announced the airing of its official “Elevate AZ” commercial during the broadcast of Super Bowl XLIX. The commercial is a key portion of NB|AZ’s “Elevate AZ” campaign and will feature three Arizona businesses and two… Read More →

Here’s a guide to Super Bowl Central

Fans and members of the media pack US Airways Center Tuesday for Super Bowl Media Day. Photo by Shavon Rose, AZ Big Media

Super Bowl XLIX is Arizona’s third Super Bowl in 19 years. This year’s Super Bowl is expected to drive in much needed revenue to Phoenix. With fans traveling from across the country to watch the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots battle for the championship. The Super Bowl events got kicked off in downtown Phoenix… Read More →

NFL ‘Touchdown Club’ new for Super Bowl

Show Phoenix Pride, University of Phoenix Stadium, Photo: greatdegree, Flickr

NFL On Location, the NFL’s official source for event experiences and hospitality, is offering fans an unprecedented experience for Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona through the “Touchdown Club” ticket package that includes in-stadium hospitality and an on-field, postgame photo opportunity. The Touchdown Club is a “super suite” comprised of 1,200 lower-level end zone seats at University of Phoenix Stadium. The first in Super Bowl history,… Read More →

Westgate hosts free concerts leading up to Super Bowl

Architectural Photography by Michael Baxter, Baxter Imaging LLC
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Play

You don’t need a ticket to Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1 or a VIP party pass to get in on all of the excitement and activities surrounding the big game. Just steps from the stadium, Westgate Entertainment District will be the hub of activity in Glendale with a Super Music Series presented by Bud… Read More →

Super-sized Super Bowl countdown clock unveiled

From left: SPIKE, Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee mascot; Councilman Bill Gates, City of Phoenix; Councilman Michael Nowakowski, City of Phoenix; Jim Hughes, First Solar, Inc. CEO; and David Rousseau, Chairman, Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee.

To build on the growing momentum and anticipation of Super Bowl XLIX the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and First Solar, Inc. unveiled the First Solar Countdown Clock in downtown Phoenix this morning. Over the next 60 days, the technologically advanced clock will provide the countdown to kick-off and keep fans “in the know” about… Read More →

NB|AZ partners with Super Bowl Host Committee


The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announces a new partnership with National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ). The partnership is a fully integrated program providing Official Sponsor designation, a custom media plan with traditional, digital and social elements, business development assets, as well as Presenting Partner status of the CEO Forum. The recently announced CEO Forum… Read More →

Super Bowl Host Committee announces CEO Forum

Promoting Smart Growth in Down Economy

Today the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee formally announces the CEO Forum, a cornerstone program that will directly foster Arizona economic growth. The CEO Forum will welcome more than fifty (50) business executives from around the world to participate in a premier policy discussion about opportunities and challenges that will shape our future communities and… Read More →

Cornerstone of Super Bowl Central unveiled

Giant Host Committee Visit Phoenix Football Unveiled in Downtown Phoenix

With 83 days until the kick-off of Super Bowl XLIX, the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and Visit Phoenix today are unveiling a super-sized football mounted in Downtown Phoenix, which will serve as the cornerstone for Super Bowl Central. Towering more than 20 feet high, it measures more than 32 feet around, and weighs in… Read More →

MacMillan named AZ Cardinals’ celebrity chef

Chef Beau MacMillan & TNFL Founder Wayne Kostroski

Taste of the NFL, a 501c3 organization, announced the launch the national Kick Hunger Challenge®, an annual fundraising campaign that pits fans from all 32 NFL markets against each other for a friendly competition to raise money for food banks nationwide. The season-long fundraiser kicks off as part of September’s Hunger Action Month and culminates… Read More →

Arizona Super Bowl Countdown Clock Unveiled

Unveiling the countdown clock are Phoenix Councilwoman Laura Pastor, CEO of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee Jay Parry, Phoenix Councilwoman Kate Gallego, Phoenix Councilman Bill Gates, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Chairman of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, David Rousseau.

With 179 days and counting until Super Bowl XLIX, the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton today unveiled a countdown clock at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport which will mark the days, hours and minutes until the opening kick-off of the State’s third Super Bowl since 1996. “We’re thrilled to have… Read More →

Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee Announces Board


The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announces its Board of Directors for Super Bowl XLIX. The board of directors is comprised of business leaders that volunteer their time to drive the state’s efforts for Super Bowl XLIX. The Host Committee is a private, non-profit Arizona corporation. The mandate of the Host Committee is to galvanize… Read More →