In conjunction with the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee, NFL's Inspire Change initiative, and the NFL Foundation, Community Tampa Bay is pleased to announce the second installment of "Huddle For Change" on Thursday, April 22, 2021. The focus on the event will spotlight racial inequalities and physical health.
A remarkable and memorable event, Super Bowl LV will be remembered by many as the most important Super Bowl of our lifetime. Join Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee President/CEO, Rob Higgins as he guides fans on an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at Super Bowl LV week. From Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowes to exclusive concert performances and special interviews with Host Committee partners, we can't wait for you to witness how Team Tampa Bay shined the brightest on the biggest of stages.
Forever 55, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV's Legacy program will infuse more than $2 million into the Tampa Bay Community. Through strategic collaboration with community partners and nonprofits, the initiative will drive transformative change and leave a lasting impact within its six pillars -- Sustainability, Early Childhood Education, Food Insecurity, Families, Health & Wellness, and Systemic Justice.
Viewers who tune into the 4-hour event (11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST) will be treated to presentations and panel discussions from acclaimed scientists, environmentalists, Special Operations veterans, distinguished policy makes and concerned corporate leaders focusing on the critical importance of Florida’s Coral Reef and the steps being taken to preserve it.
Stretching from Martin County to the Dry Tortugas, Florida’s Coral Reef is one of the largest coral reef ecosystems in the world and the only barrier reef in the Continental United States. And while it accounts for nearly 70,000 jobs and provides almost $6 billion in revenue for state and local economies, scientists warn that unless immediate action is taken, Florida’s Coral Reef could disappear by 2040.
Huddle for Change is a partnership between the Host Committee, NFL Inspire Change, Community Tampa Bay, and the University of South Florida to welcome community members and local leaders to participate in an open and honest discussion.
GRAMMY-nominated artists ERIC CHURCH and JAZMINE SULLIVAN are set to pair up for the first time to sing the National Anthem as part of Super Bowl LV pregame festivities at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay on Sunday, February 7, the NFL announced today.
Download NFL OnePass to reserve your FREE ticket for Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s. Fans have the opportunity to attend Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s, the NFL’s interactive football theme park, as Super Bowl LV touches down in Tampa.
The grants, which total nearly $280,000, are part of a $2 million commitment by the NFL through the NFL Foundation and the Host Committee alongside community and civic partners collaboration to create, support and implement long-lasting initiatives throughout Tampa Bay.