The teams have battled their way to the top, the turf is in place and now North Texas is buzzing with preparations for this year’s Super Bowl XLV.
The Steelers and Packers will meet, to decide their fate, at Cowboys Stadium in exactly 12 days, and Texas is hustling to finalize property, entertainment and security plans in the xenical online store barely 2-week span. Cities span across the top of Texas State – Forth Worth, Arlington, and Dallas – are working feverishly to complete projects and game-day requirements before the big match-up takes place on February 6th.
According to Texas’ WFAA, “everything from replacing street lights, to restriping roads, to picking up trash,” is in need of completion, and each city has their assigned tasks to fulfill.
In Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, ESPN rolled into town heavily armed with two 18-wheelers, early Monday morning. The network is planning to broadcast well over 80 hours of coverage during Super Bowl week, from their location in the lively downtown plaza.
Adam Pacheco, a lifelong Forth Worth resident, was excited to say the least. Amidst snapping pictures of the ESPN caravan, he told WFAA “That’s going to be our footing there. This ought to make Forth Worth look good, people will remember us”.
As the countdown continues for this highly anticipated day, all of us at Dagley Insurance have just one question to ask: Who will you be cheering for? Let the rivalry begin!