The Super Bowl Sponsors
The Super Bowl is often billed as the game of champions. This year the San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers will battle it out for the title of Super Bowl champions. In an effort to honor their champions, the two teams are not only well-represented, but they also have a host of sponsors backing them. The following is a look at some of the sponsors and where they came from for the Super Bowl.
Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff were brought to San Francisco by the University of Michigan. It is important to note that Harbaugh is not a member of the Michigan football coaching staff; he was an assistant coach. Harbaugh is one of the brightest young minds in the NFL and is viewed as a future head coach for the next generation.
Jim’s connection to the San Francisco 49ers goes back to when he played for the Houston Oilers. He is considered one of the best defensive players in the NFL today. In addition to being a great player, Harbaugh is considered one of the best motivators on the field.
Jim Garconier is the Chief Marketing Officer for the NFL. His team, the 49ers Care Foundation, has been a great supporter of various charities and has worked with people who have ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The team has given over $20 million to various charities since 2020.
The NFL has a strong presence in Europe. One of the biggest football tournaments in Europe, the Eurobowl, will feature several teams playing in the Super Bowl.
The NFL has a strong presence in Brazil. The NFL is now working with Brazilian Realty Exchange (BRX) and is able to help Brazilians afford to watch the game.
An international conference is in the works for 2020 and will feature a large number of speakers. One of the speakers will be Ricardo J. Teixeira, one of the leading economists on South America.
You can see why sponsors love the football season. They have a target audience that they know will appreciate their product and it will bring in the money.