Super Bowl 50 Fans Asked to Play Their Part to Help Make Big Game Net Positive

Furlong, Hannah
January 2016
SB Communications Weekly;1/28/2016, p1
The article reports on the Play Your Part campaign launched by San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee which aim to engage the event's fans in meeting the sustainable green sporting event.


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