Super Bowl 56 is this Sunday! Children’s news article
the countdown at Super Bowl LVI – the National Football League championship game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals – has begun. On February 13, 2022, a valued 100 million Americans will to agree to see the two teams battle it out for the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. The championship game – fifth for the Rams and third for the Bengals – certainly promises to be exciting. But Super Bowl Sunday is about more than football.
Some are eagerly awaiting the big game for the halftime show, which this year will feature Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige. Others appreciate the hilarious and innovative advertisements that companies go to great lengths to create for the big day.
But for most Americans, the championship game is an excuse to get together with family and friends and to surrender in foods they would normally have chorus from where to eat limit quantities. From where. it’s no surprise that Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest dishes in the country consumption days – right after Thanksgiving. The National Retail Federation estimates that by 2022 Americans will spend amazing $11 billion in food and beverages.
SNAC International estimates that Americans will munch on 112 million pounds of snacks before the game starts. The revelers will then turn to warmer rate like pizza. The American Pizza Community expects Americans to order more than 12.5 million pizzas during the big game. Chicken wings are also extremely popular. The National Chicken Council believes that Americans to eat on 1.42 billion wings – enough to circle the Earth circumference three times – February 13. Other favorites include ribs, bacon, burgers, foot subs, and hot dogs. Food will be washed down with millions of gallons of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Overeating has consequences. 7-Eleven reports a 20 percent ascend in antacid sales on the Monday following Super Bowl Sunday. Worse still, as many as 17 million people don’t show up for work on “Super Sick Monday,” resulting in a loss of around $4 billion in productivity.
Calls to make Monday after the big game a bank holiday have fallen deaf ears. Now Frank Ruggeri has come up with a new idea. The 18-year-old high school student wants to move Super Bowl 57 to a Saturday. Teens petition on Change.org has already garnered the support of 123,000 football fans and the numbers are growing rapidly. Whether the NFL will agree to make the switch remains to be seen. Meanwhile, enjoy the game and remember that Monday is a school day – unless of course you live in the Greater Cincinnati area, where many school districts have declared it a holiday!
Happy Super Bowl Sunday!
Go Rams! Go Bengali!
Resources: NRF.com, nationalchickencouncil.org, snacintl.org, wikipedia.org. fortune.com