The Super Bowl game brings out fans in droves. With this in mind the state of New Jersey wants to be ready for everything, come Feb. 2 when the game will commence. It is estimated that roughly 400,000 people will be in attendance and the game is expected to generate nearly $600 million in revenue.
In a news report by the Washington Post on Jan.15 the Met Life Stadium is taking a battery of precautions to cover any contingency that could possibly occur during game day. They are bringing in troops of security personnel to handle situations inside and outside the stadium
The Super Bowl XLVIII will take place on February 2 at the MetLife Stadium. This will be the first outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl game and the people of New York and New Jersey is proud to host his extravagant event in sports history.
The MetLife Stadium is located in the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The address of the stadium is: 1 MetLife Stadium Drive. For more information or directions call (201) 559-1515.
Security will be beefed up in both states for the NFL XLVIII Super Bowl game. They are anticipating placing 4,000 police officers and 3,000 private security officers on the scene that day. There will be 900 snow plows standing at the ready in case the weather warrants snow removal. Nearly 700 state troopers will be called to patrol the perimeter of the stadium and the FBU will be manning a command center if threats come to light they will be ready to handle those situations as well.
Prior to game day there will be pre-Super Bowl parties and other such extravaganza events in the New York City area in Manhattan on Broadway between 47th and 34th streets. The security will be tremendous with the 100 government agencies directing their efforts to protect the people on game day.
Wishing everyone an enjoyable and safe Super Bowl experience!
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