Miccosukee VIP Event
 Marshall Faulk, Tony Segreto and Santonio Holmes having a "Chalk Talk" with the audience

Host Committee Ambassadors handing out gifts for the event guests

Guests enjoying a cool, breezy day outside at the Miccosukee Resort

For the full Miccosukee VIP photo gallery, click here.

Krystal Kickoff Party
Entrance to Viscaya, where the Krystal Kickoff party was held

Guests were treated to a concert by Hall & Oates

An acrobat serving champagne from a chandelier 

For the full Krystal Kickoff photo gallery, click here.


The South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee sincerely congratulates the New Orleans Saints for earning the title of Super Bowl XLIV Champions. And we commend the Indianapolis Colts for being worthy and classy opponents. Both teams put on a great show for the world and one that will go down in Super Bowl history.

All the hard work put in by everyone was worth it after Sunday night's spectacle. The South Florida weather did not disappoint and the scenery was perfect for the biggest stage on the planet. Simply put, we could not ask for anything better.

The Host Committee would like to thank all those that could make this happen, including our sponsors and partners that supported us every step of the way. The events we hosted leading up to Super Bowl Sunday were a great success and built up much hype en route to the big game. Our staff members are grateful for all the help.

And while Super Bowl will not be coming back for at least the next three years, we are proud to have hosted a record-breaking 10 Super Bowls. Perhaps in the future we can bring back Super Bowl to the NFL's favorite destination for their championship game, right here in South Florida.

Carolina Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams on local radio station

Miami Dolphins LB Channing Crowder with his mother on radio row

Miami Dolphins QB Chad Henne signing our Host Committee wall

Boxer "Sugar" Shane Mosley on Fox Sports 

2009 Heisman Trophy Finalist Toby Gerhart on the radio

Toby Gerhart signing our wall

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell live at his press conference 

Actor Jamie Foxx with Ed "Too Tall" Jones on The Foxxhole radio program

Atlanta Falcons Owner Arthur Blank on radio row

Retired NFL Player Michael Strahan on Fox Sports

Boxer Floyd Mayweather doing his radio show rounds

Pittsburgh Steelers WR Hines Ward doing an interview

Jamie Foxx and Usher on The Foxxhole

New England Patriots RB Fred Taylor on the air

David Spade and Chris Rock promoting their new movie, The Grownups

Kevin James and Adam Sandler also promoting the upcoming film, The Grownups

New York Giants RB Brandon Jacobs waiting to go on the OCNN

Retired NFL Player Ricky Watters chatting on radio row 

Retired NFL player Kurt Warner on the set of NFL Network

Former Detroit Lions great Barry Sanders interviewing over the radio

Jacksonville Jaguars star RB Maurice Jones-Drew doing a one-to-one interview

Former Miami Dolphin Joe Rose signing our wall

Sports Illustrated writer Peter King signing our wall

NBA Player Raja Bell interviewing on radio row

Super Bowl XLIV commemorative helmet on display

Former Heisman Trophy winner and retired NFL player Tim Brown

Kurt Warner signing our Host Committee wall

Super Bowl X MVP Lynn Swann putting down his signature

Former Pittsburgh Steeler great Jerome Bettis, AKA "The Bus" on TV

Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco promoting his OCNN on radio row

New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez and Dallas Cowboys LB Demarcus Ware on the Steven A. Smith radio program

Check out the latest pictures from the Super Bowl XLIV Media Center at the Broward County Convention Center!

We'll be updating this album all week, so keep checking back for more...


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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