Published on February 2nd, 2014 | by No Artificial
Super Bowl Boulevard in New York City
Super Bowl Boulevard engineered by GMC is the biggest attraction in New York during Super Bowl Week.
Today, MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, will host Super Bowl XLVIII.
To celebrate, New York City’s Broadway has been transformed into a “Super Bowl Boulevard,”
a series of football-themed experiences, highlighted by a 60-foot toboggan run engineered by GMC.
“As a big football fan and even bigger fan of the Big Apple I could not be more thrilled at what’s happening with Super Bowl Boulevard”, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
“We couldn’t afford to go to the Super Bowl, so we wanted to be in the next closest thing to it,” Carol Fett, of Jefferson Township, told the Associated Press. “It just brings up excitement in the area during our lull time. The winter is kinda, you don’t do much. It gets people back out in the city, the businesses are making money. Excitement all around.”
This point of view video gives you a realistic feel for the 60 foot tall, 180 foot long 8-lane Toboggan Run.