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Never miss the three surviving members of a Super Bowl club going to the 57th

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — How much has the NFL Super Bowl changed since its debut in 1967?

For Greg Eaton — a Lansing, Michigan businessman who attended every game and is one of three surviving members of the legendary Never Miss A Super Bowl Club — it’s most evident in the bells and whistles. that go with it.

“During that first game, college bands were performing as entertainment and that’s how it was for those early years,” Eaton said. “Now you have big name artists performing and so many other things related to that. The NFL has done an incredible job of marketing this.

Indeed, performers for the 57th this year include Rihanna, who is due to perform at Sunday’s halftime show, and Chris Stapleton, who will sing the national anthem. And companies like GM and Stellantis are paying millions to promote their brands during the game.

USA Today

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