Don’t forget to pack your favorite football jersey when you head to The NATSO Show. NATSO’s Future Leaders and the event’s sponsors have planned a Super Bowl party where all show attendees can bond over football and food. The event—sponsored by CAT Scale and DAS—will take place immediately following the Keynote Kick-Off in the River Concourse, outside of Exhibit Hall A.
“I am really excited about the Super Bowl party. DAS and CAT Scales have really stepped up to make sure this is going to be a great event,” said Corey W. Berkstresser of Lee Hi Travel Plaza. “With a long list of concessions and games, this is going to be a good opportunity for operators to both network and have a really great time.”
If you want to impress your peers with your football knowledge, read up on this Super Bowl trivia before you land in Savannah.
The first Super Bowl was held in Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Jan. 15, 1967. The Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10.
The San Francisco 49ers became the first team to win five Super Bowls.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys are tied for having played in the most Super Bowls. They have each played in 8 of them.
Lynn Swan of the Pittsburgh Steelers was the first wide receiver to be awarded MVP.
The Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans have never played in a Super Bowl.
Timmy Smith of the Redskins holds the Super Bowl record for the most rushing yards in a game.
Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Cowboys is the only player to earn the Super Bowl MVP honor from the losing team. Howley won the MVP award after his team lost to the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl V, 16-13.
The biggest blowout in Super Bowl history came when the 49ers beat the Broncos in Super Bowl XXIV, 55-10.
There has never been an overtime game in Super Bowl history.
The Universities of Arizona and Michigan bands performed the halftime show in Super Bowl I.