Super Bowl Experience allowed fans to meet their favorite players, play interactive games, and participate in Super Bowl activities
PHOENIX – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema participated in the Super Bowl Experience – a multi-day event allowing Arizonans to play Super Bowl-related games and participate in Super Bowl-related activities ahead of Super Bowl LVII.
Prior to attending the Super Bowl Experience, Sinema received an important security briefing from local law enforcement where she heard about the measures they’re taking to protect Arizonans and individuals visiting the state for the Super Bowl. The Senator also toured and held a discussion at the Dream Center – a Phoenix nonprofit committed to stopping human trafficking – to highlight efforts combating human trafficking in the Valley.
“The Super Bowl brings a lot of enthusiasm and economic opportunities to the Valley – and we were glad to see it in action. It was great speaking with so many Arizonans at the Super Bowl Experience,” said Sinema.
While meeting Arizonans attending the Super Bowl Experience, Sinema encouraged them to have fun while remaining alert, keeping loved ones close, and reporting any suspicious activity to law enforcement.
The Super Bowl Experience is a four-day festival in downtown Phoenix featuring live music, local vendors, and family-friendly activities where fans can meet some of their favorite players, see the Lombardi Trophy, participate in football drills and clinics, and be a part of the Super Bowl action even if they aren’t attending the game.