Secaucus, New Jersey, plans ice sculptures, food trucks and a beer garden only two miles from the National Football League’s championship game. The competition? Manhattan’s Super Bowl Boulevard, featuring concerts, autograph signings and 180-foot-long toboggan run on Broadway.
Forget Manhattan’s Super Bowl Boulevard and its concerts, autograph signings and 180-foot-long toboggan run on Broadway. Who needs them when Secaucus, New Jersey, will offer ice sculptures, food trucks and a beer garden only two miles from the big game?
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