Thursday, September 10th is the official kickoff of the 2009 NFL regular season. With every new year comes new hope. Hope that your team will be successful. Hope that your team will make the playoffs. Hope that your team will make it to the ultimate game of the year - the Super Bowl.

With that said, we at the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee want to know who think will be playing here on February 7th, 2010 in Super Bowl XLIV. Drop us a comment, keep it clean and let your voice be heard.

Let there be football!

Football season is here, well almost. Pre season is already half way through and the excitement of the NFL season is quickly building. On Saturday, August 22nd, the Miami Dolphins played the Carolina Panthers at Land Shark Stadium for their second pre season game. During the broadcast Rodney Barreto joined Nat Moore and Bob Griese in their coverage of the game. The Host Committee got the word out about the upcoming Super Bowl and Pro Bowl - another step towards letting everyone know that South Florida is bringing two prime time games to town.

Below is the video of Rodney on CBS4 Miami during the Dolphins broadcast. Check it out in high quality:

Saturday, August 22nd, was the last home pre season game for the Miami Dolphins and the last day for the Host Committee to distribute pre season media guides. After handing out our entire stash of guides, it's safe to say that they were a success.

Now our attention turns to September 21st, when the Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts face off in a Monday Night Football special at Land Shark Stadium. It will be the home opener for the Dolphins and it will be our first regular season opportunity to make an impression on local, national and international media.

Our official guide is underway and will be ready for the season's start. It will encompass everything in South Florida from sports history to tourist attractions and cultural facts. We want to continue to make South Florida a prime location for the NFL Super Bowl. There is a reason why it's the record-breaking 10th time it comes down here - we want to ensure we keep that trend going.

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Here's our highly anticipated behind-the-scenes video of the Super Bowl XLIV/Pro Bowl 2010 commercial shoot, executed by Ronin Advertising. The shoot was a great success, and although it was an all-day event there were moments of joy, passion and excitement all throughout the process. Check out our video for yourselves - there's plenty to see.

If you want to see the video in high quality, just click the "HQ" button on the bottom right-hand corner of the video below. There's nothing like watching Super Bowl and Pro Bowl material in crystal clear quality.

The media coverage for our commercial shoot was fantastic. News reporters and camera crews were roaming the studio halls left and right. NBC6 WTVJ Miami captured all the behind the scenes action. Take a look and stay tuned for our in-house video of the shoot - coming to our blog post near you.

Wow, what a great day at our commercial shoot.
Here's what went on. Bikini girls running through the set, dozens of fans getting made up to represent every NFL team, and overall, a huge amount of excitement that football season is almost here. Every actor whooped it up like a crazed fan rooting on their favorite team. Then, each person tagged their spot with the resonating statement "Let there be Football!" - bringing home the fact that Super Bowl XLIV and Pro Bowl 2010 are coming to South Florida in just a few months. Here are the pictures.

Check out all the photos on our photo gallery:

CBS4 Miami covers the South Florida Super bowl Host Committee's commercial shoot on August 12, 2009. Fans were made up to represent all 32 NFL Teams. Pro Bowl 2010 and Super Bowl XLIV will be played at Dolphin Stadium in South Florida.

Ocean Drive, South Beach and the serene setting created by South Florida's tropical environment - that was the scene captured today for the first part of the Super Bowl Host Committee's media campaign. The images of South Florida's beaches will be the backdrop for a commercial that will be shot for Super Bowl XLIV. Where else do you want to be come February.

This is only the beginning. The photo shoot for the volunteers in the commercial will take place on Wednesday, August 12th. The lights will be bright, the face paint will be fresh and the excitement will be sky high for what will be the start of the Host Committee's campaign to promote the Super Bowl and the Pro Bowl.

We'll keep you updated with pictures from tomorrow's shoot and behind the scenes commentary. Stay tuned!

All eyes are on South Florida as football season kicks off. We're the place everybody wants to be in January and February.

We're shooting our media campaign commercial next week. All 32 teams will be represented by their fans. We'll upload photos then.

El Nuevo Herald, the spanish version of the Miami Herald, does a strong profile article about "The Face of the Spanish Super Bowl."


Super Bowl volunteers will be the friendly face of the great festival of football in February. A face that surely must have a huge smile Hispanic.

"It's a great opportunity for people to become involved in the Super Bowl and ProBowl'' 'said Leslie Nixon, director of Volunteer Services Committee of the Super Bowl." We want the community to participate in this event. Definitely there will be many people behind the racks.''

The sporting events, covering the counties of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, require the work of 6,000 to 8,000 people and is estimated to bring to the local economy more than $400 million.

"Any city in United States and would like to have a SuperBowl in his books''said Rodney Barreto, chairman of the Super Bowl Host Committee 2010, a nonprofit group that deals with regional planning." We people are friendly and open, any ethnic group. Everyone is welcome.''

Super Bowl XLIV will be played on February 7 at Dolphin Stadium and will come with some developments on the ground.

There will host the Game of Stars of the NFL (Pro Bowl) the week before the match for the title, an opportunity that surfloridanos not have 35 years.

The voluntary program includes three options: ambassador airports, hotels and special events.

Airport Ambassadors will welcome tourists and national delegations and international air terminals at Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach.

We also provide information about the game, local transportation and mobility.
Ambassadors Hotel distribute first-hand information from the centers of the hotel guests who visit South Florida for the 2010 Pro Bowl and Super Bowl XLIV.

While the ambassadors of special events will be responsible for creating a hospitable environment in parallel NFL and the Host Committee, which will take place from January 26 and will run until the week of competition.

To register as a volunteer must be over 18 years before November 30 of 2009 and undergo a background check of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Working hours may be chosen according to the activities and obligations of each participant, however, a minimum of every ambassador includes at least two shifts of five hours.

Nice profile from our counterparts at the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee.


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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