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Panini America On Location: That’s a Wrap from the Super Bowl XLV NFL Experience

February 9, 2011


DALLAS — While the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers were battling it out on the field during Super Bowl XLV, workers were busy tearing down an impressive display of football magic. More than 800,000 square feet of the Dallas Convention Center played home to the NFL for two weeks and fans saw some impressive interactive components.

If you made it out (and the goal was that close to 200,000 of you would), you saw two weeks of players, celebrities, free give aways and enough cool NFL stuff to last a lifetime.

If you have been following along with us during Super Bowl week, you’ve seen how impressive the set-up was. We just thought it would be cool to see what it looks like the day AFTER the big game.

Until next year, enjoy . . .

2 Comments leave one →
  1. WhenIsaySEA! permalink
    February 9, 2011 11:45 am

    Looks like it was fun when that place was buzzing with people! Its just so… grand, I think is the word. My Super Bowl took place in the living room of my house. The company was good, and it wasn’t nearly as crowded. 🙂 I think the weather was a little better here too! I hope you had fun! Thanks for the behind the scenes stuff!


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