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Super Bowl Activities.

Postby Billy n NC » February 3rd, 2010, 4:34 pm

Here is the scoop.

1. The game must be shown on equipment that the church regularly uses over the course of ministry. So if the church already owns a big screen and sound equipment, then the game can be shown using this equipment.

2. Church can not charge admission for the party. The NFL has
stated, however, that church may take up a donation to defray the cost of the event if they desire.

3. To avoid any copyright infringements, churches may want to call their event a Big Game Party rather than a Super Bowl Party.

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Postby volkswagen » December 13th, 2011, 1:21 am

However, I know not all of you are like me, the Party Girl, so here are some other games and activities you can try:

the football pool
This is standard. Add prop bets for how long the game will last, who will be the MVP, who wins the coin flip, who scores first touchdown, who has first turnover, score at the end of each quarter, etc. and give out gag gifts (see below) instead of money for these extra-added guesstimates.

Ingredients
Paper
Pens
To Play
Write out all of the possible wins or bets on sheets of paper for all of your guests.
Hand them out at game time with some pens.
At the end of each quarter tally up who won and give out gifts.


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