NFL Opening Up Super Bowl Media Day to Fans
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The NFL has a special treat in store for fans for the upcoming 2012 Super Bowl in Indy. For the first time, they're opening up Super Bowl Media Day for fans.
The NFL is allowing about 5,000 fans to attend the special preview day and get a behind-the-scenes look at the goings-on.
NFL Vice President Frank Supovitz says they're always trying to make each Super Bowl different and this time, they're reaching for the ultimate fan experience.
Fans will get to sit in the stands at Lucas Oil Stadium and watch thousands of media from around the world interview players. They'll also have access to the stadium club and get special tours.
Supovitz and 200 planners were in Indy for a series of Super Bowl planning meetings this week. Thus far, the Indianapolis Super Bowl 2012 Host Committee has had 32 meetings with NFL officials.