Category Archives: Super Bowl XLVI

Video: Indianapolis air traffic for Super Bowl XLVI

Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis was flawless and the national media took notice. Indianapolis set a new standard for hosting the big game. 1.105 million people went downtown to walk through the village, 265,039 took part in the NFL Experience and over 10,429 people road the top attraction, the zip line. For such a big…

Video: Timelapse of Indianapolis’ Super Bowl

Indianapolis did a marvelous job hosting Super Bowl XLVI. Every visitor was happy with the flawless job by Indy and I expect many big events to follow as a result. The city was put on the worldwide stage and hosting such a big event. Here is an extremely cool timelapse of the downtown festivities from…

With Super Bowl in town, Magic forced to stay in Kentucky

When the NBA schedule makers quickly reconstructed every schedule in the lockout-shortened season, they didn’t think through one important issue: Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. The Indiana Pacers (16-6) host the Orlando Magic (14-9) to Bankers Life Fieldhouse at 7 p.m. for a game before the big game. Both teams played and won last night, Indiana over…

Super Bowl media day a treat for fans, likely to continue

On Tuesday, I had the special opportunity of attending my first-ever Super Bowl media day. With media day, comes a lot of wacko questions, answers and outfits. And for the first time in NFL history, media day was open to fans. The fans immediately snatched up the tickets, going for $25 each, and 7,300 attended…

Video: Frank Caliendo brings cheers to WISH-TV

Comedian Frank Caliendo earns a living making others laugh. He first became popular years ago when he perfected his John Madden impression. Caliendo, a man with dozens of impressions, joined WISH-TV’s Lauren Lowrey at their Super Bowl set and definitely entertained. Lowrey set it up for a great interaction due to her contagious personality. Watch…

National media react to Indy’s Super Bowl

Indianapolis is more than ready to host Super Bowl XLVI. The first weekend went extremely well for the Host Committee, with almost 100,000 fans attending the NFL Experience in the first three days. The national media is beginning to filter into Indianapolis and the city will impress. Those on the outside look down on Indianapolis…

The Hampton Inn becomes the ‘Bud Light Hotel’ – EA Sports, Playboy Party, concerts and more

Just as the NFL has invaded Indianapolis, Bud Light is taking over the Hampton Inn for a week of Super Bowl festivities. For the third straight year, Bud Light will occupy a hotel for Super Bowl week, hosting exclusive events and parties. Anheuser-Busch had rented out the 180-room, nine-floor hotel and its parking lot located…

Super Bowl XLVI Roman numerals on Monument Circle are ‘picture-perfect’

Super Bowl’s have always used Roman numerals. And recently, each host city has begun to showcase their year around town. In Indianapolis, the letters are placed right at the center of downtown, on Monument Circle. It is the ideal location for a beautiful and memorable photo for all that make their way to Indianapolis. The display…