Disney trains Super Bowl 2012 Staff

Thursday, December 8, 2011

The Super Bowl is a huge event not just on TV. The experience of being in the Super Bowl Stadium to watch the game is the dream of many Americans. The NFL accommodates that dream  with a variety of offerings.
To make fans comfortable at the Big Game and make sure some of the short comings of last year do not happen the NFL hired the Disney Institute to train 20,000 staffers.

The Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, home of the 2012 Super Bowl has normally 63,000 seats. For Super Bowl XLVI the capacity will be increased to 70,000 seats.

 Last year some of those temporary seats have not been ready, which resulted in some chaos and bodged Super Bowl experiences for some fans according to Game On. This seats issue is also supposed not to happen in 2012.
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