Minnesota Company Prints Super Bowl Program Cover

February 01, 2018 07:09 PM

The Super Bowl is in Minnesota this year.

But a Minnesota-based company has already had a Super Bowl connection.


One that will continue with this year's big game - pitting the New England Patriots against the Philadelphia Eagles - Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium.

And Brooklyn Center-based company MinMor Industries printed the cover of the NFL's Super Bowl game program at its Mora facility.

The company has done the cover for the Super Bowl program for more than a decade. It costs $20 this year.

"We've done a number of exciting things over the year, but the Super Bowl has got to be one of the best," MinMor Industries owner Mark Miner said.

"I wish the Vikings were part of it. But unfortunately we'll have to wait for another year."  

The Transportation Security Administration said the programs may set off security-screening equipment at the airport.

They recommend not putting programs in checked baggage.

Instead, they suggest taking them as a carry-on and putting them in their own bin while going through security.


Joe Mazan

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