The Super Bowl is the most watched event in the United States. Of the top 20 most watched television events of all time in the US, the Super Bowl holds 19 of the top 20 slots (with only the final episode of MASH breaking its monopoly) In the United States there are not many events that match the spectacle and magnitude of the game. It’s watched by the most casual of sports fans with the halftime show and commercials as much a part of the reason that 110 million plus tune in to the game.
Besides watching the game on television, hundreds of thousands of others flock to the host cities to be part of the festivities that surround the spectacle. The majority of those that travel in town for a Super Bowl weekend, have little to no expectation of actually attending the games, instead focusing on the revelry that accompanies the hype and the many parties.
The Super Bowl is the beginning of a new year’s trifecta. A three consecutive week period that highlights “The Circuit”. READ MORE