NFL Emerging Business in conjunction with the Honorable Barbara J. Jordan, Miami-Dade County Commissioner - District 1, will host an NFL Emerging Business Workshop on June 16, 2009. The workshop will be hosted at Florida Memorial University in the Lou Rawls Center for the Performing Arts.

The Office of Miami-Dade Commissioner, Barbara J. Jordan took the initiative to sponsor this event alongside Sprint and Miami-Dade County. This workshop will bring awareness on the various possibilities available for small businesses that are managed by minority and/or women owners.

The NFL Emerging Business Program is designed to provide local minority and woman-owned businesses with prime opportunities to participate in the Super Bowl procurement process. The program does not guarantee the receipt of Super Bowl-related contracts, but it does insure that minority and women-owned businesses receive the proper information regarding the Super Bowl procurement process and programming opportunities.



The mission of the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee is to prepare the South Florida region to host Super Bowl XLIV, the Record-Breaking 10th Super Bowl in South Florida, and to fulfill all bid obligations to the National Football League.

The South Florida Host Committee, together with the South Florida region, will work as one community utilizing national media coverage and increased tourism to: more effectively market our destination, increase the regional economy, encourage community involvement and support local business development.

Our community effort will create a better quality of life for all residents and position South Florida as the premier site to host future Super Bowls.

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