SUPER BLOG 50
By Lynda Vincent
This Saturday is the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl. Many of you will be gathered with friends to enjoy food, drink, and watch the big game. (I’m pulling for the old guy, Peyton Manning, myself).
According to Statista, Super Bowl XLIX (40) was the most-watched television program in U.S. history with 114.4 million viewers! (Just think about the tons of chips, dip and soda consumed!)
You will find more statistics at Statista.
Whether you love all things football, need to brush up on the rules before heading out to that huge party or if you just want to kick back and relax, the library has you covered!
Are you someone who knows very little about football and feels lost when your friends engage in pigskin talk? Try reading The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Understanding Football like a Pro. It is available in our eBook collection.
Do you consider yourself a gridiron guru? Try impressing your friends even further by reading Leadership Lessons from Professional Football Championship Wisdom from Super Bowl Champions, also available in our eBook collection. You can learn about leadership skills that will help you when you get that big job.
Or would you rather skip your friends’ big party and watch a heartwarming movie about a football player who overcomes obstacles? Check out The Blind Side in our popular DVD collection.
As always, remember to party responsibly and safely!