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Surprising Facts About the 2015 Super Bowl


At PEC, we’re super pumped about the NFL Super Bowl XLIX! What better way to spend a Sunday than watching the Patriots and the Seahawks make history with what is sure to be a thrilling game? All of the excitement about the game got us thinking it would be fun to dig up some surprising facts about this year’s Super Bowl. We’re giving you the lesser known facts so you can be as cool as you are fun at your Super Bowl party.

Crazy Super Bowl 2015 Facts
Brought to You by PEC

Skittles Time

If you asked Seahawks running back, Marshawn Lynch, which is the best snack for the 2015 Super Bowl Sunday, he’d probably say Skittles. He’s been campaigning for Skittles ever since he was spotted eating some on the sidelines (Huffington Post).

Coach Connections

It’s a small world, even in the football arena. Seattle Seahawks, Pete Carroll was the head coach of the New York Jets in 1994 and coincidentally the New York Patriots head coach, Bill Belichick, was also the New York Jets head coach for one day (CPS Sports and Huffington Post).

Trophy Trivia

No doubt, the trophies on your shelves are pretty nice, but are they $25,000 nice? That’s right! The Vince Lombardi trophy costs $25,000 to make (Washington Examiner).

Pizza Anyone?

According to the Huffington Post UK, Domino's expects to sell more than 9 million slices of pizza for the 2015 Super Bowl! Talk about “feeding an army,” or in this case several thousand sports addict armies?

Stadium Luxury

Having provided The TV Shield and The Display Shield weatherproof TV enclosures and outdoor display cases to several stadiums, PEC loves arena accommodation and TV facts. The University of Phoenix Stadium website lists mind-blowing features for the venue’s luxury lofts including exclusive entrances, private bathrooms, several televisions for watching the game and in-suite catering.

BBQ Madness

From families cozy by a fire in Northern states to residents in Southern states who are taking their Super Bowl party outside to watch the game on their weatherproofed TV, Americans will likely eat 1.25 billion wings on Super Bowl Sunday, according to the National Chicken Council’s 2015 Wing Report.

Now armed with some awesome Super Bowl facts, go forth and enjoy an amazing Super Bowl Sunday.

2015 Super Bowl Event Details:

Sunday, February 1, 6:30 PM on NBC

University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

More Related to the Super Bowl from PEC:

Did you National TV Safety Day is the day before the Super Bowl?

Every 3 weeks a child is killed by a TV tip-over accident. Visit PEC’s National TV Safety Day Tips & Giveaway blog post to learn more.

You may not have time to get an enclosure and put your TV outside for the Super Bowl, but now is the perfect time to get one for Spring BBQs around the corner. And if you buy it before February, 1st, 2015, you get a free lock kit too.

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