PARKLAND, FL- Parkland’s Chamber of Commerce and Broward County are planning ahead for 2020. The Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens will play host to a record 11th Super Bowl for the city of Miami, breaking a tie with New Orleans for the most Super Bowls hosted by a city. The 2020 Super Bowl is also notable because it will be the modern era’s 50th NFL championship game, and the 100th season of the league overall.
The Super Bowl Committee was represented in Parkland on Wednesday by Rashad Thomas, Vice President of Business Connect and Community Outreach. “Super Bowl LIV is not just for Miami, it’s for all of South Florida. We’re looking to connect business in Broward and Palm Beach Counties as well as Miami-Dade to the Super Bowl event,” said Thomas. “The Super Bowl is also not just a one day game. It is a 12 day event and an opportunity for the people and businesses here in Parkland and Broward County.”
County Commissioner Michael Udine and Broward County Office of Small Business Development Director Sandy-Michael McDonald spoke into the efforts Broward County is making towards Super Bowl LIV and small business development overall in Broward County. For Parkland businesses looking to have opportunities as a vendor at Super Bowl 2020 in Miami Gardens, they’ll need to be certified as a small business in Broward County.
For more information about joining the Parkland Chamber of Commerce and to learn more about how to be certified for Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, please visit http://www.parklandchamber.org