And here at the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee, we are always trying new and innovative ways to get you involved. In fact, we're proud to say we're the first Host Committee to use social networking sites, like this blog, to stay in touch with fans, volunteers and businesses involved with the Super Bowl.
And that's not all. We have also immersed ourselves into social networking by engaging you via Facebook, and Twitter.
This is our way of reaching out to all those interested in the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl 2010. By doing so, it helps create a real sense of community with you, the good people who call South Florida home.
But we're not stopping there. South Florida, as you know, is also one of the most diverse communities in the country. With that as a backdrop, we have decided to create the first ever "En Espanol" version of our website.
This will allow Spanish-speaking individuals to gain information regarding Super Bowl XLIV and Pro Bowl 2010.
Beyond that, we have also started the process of compiling an English and Spanish edition of our media and visitor guides, which will be distributed to international media from all over the world. We are proud to embrace the world's diversity and take a step towards surpassing language barriers.
It is our pleasure to be a part of one of the world's greatest sporting events. And we thank you for taking part in this incredible ride.