How to Celebrate the Super Bowl in the Office

New year, new opportunities. With almost a third of American employees working from home, a myriad of technology to facilitate their work, and a larger number of traditional workplace interruptions occurring at home, companies need to tailor their office experiences to be exciting for both new hires and their managers. It’s also a time for new energy and excitement. To help ease into work mode and get your employees excited about coming back to work, you can use the Super Bowl as an excuse. Below are some tips for celebrating the biggest NFL event of the year from the comfort of your office!

A Feast Fit for a Team - Super Bowl Catering

One of the easiest ways to plan a successful office Super Bowl party is with catering!




Fun facts about the Super Bowl

  • Chuck Howley is the only person to be named MVP for the losing team.
  • Before Super Bowl III, the annual event was simply called the "AFL-NFL World Championship Game."
  • Halftime performers are rarely paid -- their exposure is payment enough!
  • The Super Bowl has been around since 1967.

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