Memories from the Super Bowl

Memories from the Super Bowl, charter bus phoenix

When it comes to American pastimes, football is right up there. We consume the game pretty seriously, and there’s nothing that asserts this truth quite like the Super Bowl. Each year, people all across the country watch the NFL playoffs, distressed to see which two teams will turn out to be facing each other for the championship Super Bowl game.

The game is featured on primetime television, and big names in the entertainment industry are hired to take charge of the halftime show. From Michael Jackson to Beyoncé, performers have wowed the crowd every year in what is probably the greatest sporting event in the United States.

And it isn’t only for the folks that attend the game in person. Homes all across America have the TV on, and friends and families gather to eat, watch the game, and enjoy hanging out with each other. People place bets on which team is going to win, and for many, the Super Bowl is a long-standing tradition that is as ritualistic as Thanksgiving dinner.

Through the years, memorable things have taken place during the game. Take, for instance, the announcement that came during halftime in the 1991 game.

What about the time that all the lights went out in the third quarter during Super Bowl 47, stunning a stadium loaded with fans and players? The lights at some point returned on and the game resumed, but those people who were watching the game will always remember it.

What about the time that Christina Aguilera was singing the national anthem and screwed up on the words?

Or the time that MJ sung “Heal the World” in the middle of the halftime show of 1993’s game, and a big blow up globe pumped up on the field during the song?

And not a single person will ever forget what happened with Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson. #nuffsaid

And what about the wow moment when Eli Manning threw a 32-yard pass to David Tyree, who was capable to keep the ball by holding it against his helmet?

When it pertains to the Super Bowl, there are so many preferred memories to recall. And while most of us watch these games on the TV, some people have been lucky enough, through the years, to experience the action and energy live in the stadium. And if that’s the scenario, you know how insane event transportation and discussing crowds can be.

Did you find out that we focus on event transportation, making it easier to keep away from traffic congestion so you can enjoy whatever it is you’re attending? Whether you’re taking a huge group of friends and family to a football game, to see the symphony, to watch a ski competition, or you need a charter vehicle for a company gala, nobody does event transportation like we do. Contact us today!

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