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Super Bowl LV: NFL’s Mr. Super Bowl Peter O’Reilly Featured On Entertainment Tonight Talking Plans With Kevin Frazier.
You know the Super Bowl is nigh when Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier talks NFL on his show. But this time, with The Pandemic taking center-stage, Kevin turned to Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President Club Business & League Events, AKA “Mr. Super Bowl” to learn how the league will pivot its marquee event to handle the challenges posed by COVID-19.
As a note, Peter O’Reilly is only the fourth person in NFL history to be “Mr. Super Bowl”. Don Weiss, Jim Steeg, and Frank Supovitz were his predecessors.
The league will fly COVID-19 7,500 first responders to be special guests at Super Bowl LV. And the selection of who gets to go was done with the help of each of the 32 NFL teams.
Also, the amazing National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman will be featured at Super Bowl LV, after her poem reading at The 2021 Inauguration broke The Internet and woke up America and The World.
I can’t wait for Super Bowl LV to get here, but it’s already here. Virtually. Subscribe to Zennie62 on YouTube and bookmark OaklandNewsNow.com
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