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  1. BRO Time • What you will need: • US Map • NFL Logo Sheet • Using your NFL Logo Worksheet draw the NFL logo in the state and area where the NFL Team plays (if you don’t know guess ) • Let’s see how many you guys can get correct! Time to complete: 15 Minutes

  2. Super Bowl History and Marketing Sports Entertainment and Recreation Marketing

  3. First AFL-NFL Championship Game: Super Bowl I • Referred to as the Supergame • January 15, 1967 • Played at the Los Angeles, Coliseum • Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

  4. Super Bowl I • The Green Bay Packers scored 3 second-half touchdowns en route to a 35-10 win over Kansas City

  5. Super Bowl History • The First AFL-NFL World Championship Game was established as part of the June 8, 1966 merger agreement between the AFL and NFL

  6. Super Bowl History • Los Angeles was not awarded the Super Bowl location until 6 weeks prior to kick-off • Considerable animosity between both rival leagues in the lead up to the game

  7. Super Bowl History • There was a ton of pressure on both teams to win • Many sports writers believe the game was a mismatch, and the long established NFL was far superior than the best team of the AFL

  8. Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) • Entered the game after recording an 11-2-1 mark during the regular season • In the AFL championship game they beat the Buffalo Bills 31-7

  9. Green Bay Packers • NFL Dynasty • Legendary Vince Lombardi was their Head Coach • Outstanding defense

  10. Media During the Game • This game is the only Super Bowl to have been broadcast in the US by two different networks- CBS(NFL Games) and NBC (AFL Games)

  11. Media During the Game • Much to the dismay of historians, all known broadcast tapes which recorded the game in it’s entirety were wiped clean

  12. Super Bowl Sales • Super Bowl I was the only Super Bowl to not sellout in terms of attendance • People were in an uproar over the price of the tickets, which were a whopping $12

  13. Super Bowl Entertainment • The halftime show featured trumpeter Al Hirt, and the marching bands of the University of Arizona and Grambling State

  14. 2012 Super Bowl Ads Expected to Wow Viewers 2012 Ads that will Wow!

  15. Coca Cola Planning to Make a Game Time Decision Coca-Cola Super Bowl 2012

  16. Chevy Capitalizing on Mobile Interaction During the Super Bowl Mobile Media Super Bowl 2012

  17. 12 Ads that Changed Super Bowl Marketing Super Bowl Marketing that Changed the Game

  18. Super Bowl Activity • Log onto your computer • Go to Sports Marketing Third Quarter • Go to today’s date and select “Super Bowl Webquest” • When completed please email to Ms. Guerrero at monika.guerrero@lcps.org • Name your document: yourlastname_SuperBowl2012Webquest

  19. Super Bowl Marketing Day 2 Sports, Entertainment and Recreation Marketing

  20. Super Bowl History: Logos • History of NFL Logos

  21. Super Bowl Tickets and Posters • Super Bowl Posters

  22. Super Bowl Tickets Super Bowl XLII- Glendale, AZ 2008 Super Bowl XLV- Dallas, TX 2012