The helpers will be part of the stage crew that will assist in running the stage onto the field and perform other duties during the halftime show featuring Beyoncé.
No prior experience is required, but volunteers must attend all posted rehearsals and be over age 18.
Interested volunteers may log on to www.superbowlproductions.com for more information and to register and view the rehearsal schedule.
Volunteers will get a behind-the-scenes look at the show, televised live on CBS.
Watched by more than 112.5 million viewers in the U.S. last year, the Super Bowl is annually the nation’s most-watched TV program. The game and halftime show will be broadcast worldwide.
Volunteers will not receive tickets to the game but will be an integral part of the show.
They also will remain in a database for the opportunity to volunteer at future NFL events nationwide.
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