With all of the current controversy in the National Football League right now, it's not surprising that American's are taking a new look at the industry that generates almost $10-billion dollars a year - not counting second-tier profit centers. But - did you know that the NFL is a non-profit organization and because of that designation - doesn't pay a dime of taxes on those profits?
The NFL today selected Minneapolis as its home for the 2018 Super Bowl. The game will be played in the new, nearly $1 billion stadium that is currently being constructed on the site of the now gone Metrodome.
Bruno Mars did not receive one penny for his Super Bowl performance. He is paid in publicity. That means, Paul McCartney, Beyonce, KISS, Prince, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers all performed without getting paid. Here's how it works:
According to a recent poll, one in four Americans believe God has an influence over who wins sporting games. That praying helps shove those odds up even higher, or so they say. Half of Americans that took the poll, said God rewards sports stars that are religious and pray often. Ok, so how do you explain Tim Tebow? He is still trying to get back in the NFL.
Super Bowl XLVIII is less than a week away. Now that both the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks have arrived in the New York metropolitan area, let's take a look at some fast facts about Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (6:30 p.m. ET on Fox):
What they got, you gotta give it to your mama . . . and you can do it during the halftime show of Super Bowl XLVIII, when the Red Hot Chili Peppers take the stage for one of their first live performances of 2014.
The Super Bowl is going to be played in a cold place, a first for Super Bowls. It might spell the end of some of the teams used to playing in a dome or warm weather. That's not why the Super Bowl might be cancelled, it's much bigger than weather!!
The race is heating up among four finalists to win a Super Bowl commercial in Intuit’s Small Business Big Game contest, and Wrenshall's Locally Laid Eggs continuing their push with a little help from the Duluth Police Department.
As reported a couple weeks ago, Wrenshall, MN based sustainable egg farm Locally Laid is in a heated competition to win a TV commercial in this winter's Super Bowl. The egg farm has cleared another hurdle, and is now in the final four competitors for the coveted prize.
Locally Laid, a sustainable chicken and egg farm in Wrenshall, MN, is very close to winning a TV commercial during the upcoming Super Bowl. The farm entered Intuit’s Small Business Big Game contest, which offers small businesses around the country to compete for a prime-time slot during Super Bowl XLVIII this February.
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