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(NAPSI)—This holiday season, don’t forget to add your hometown to your gift giving list. Thanks to Pepsi and its “Hyped for Halftime” Super Bowl campaign, you could win a Pepsi Halftime Show for your entire hometown along with scoring tickets to the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show live in Arizona.
Blake Shelton helps kick off Pepsi’s “Hype Your Hometown” program in Corpus Christi, TX. Fans who visit Pepsi.com/halftime and share how they get hyped for halftime will be entered to win tickets to the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show in Arizona and a Pepsi halftime extravaganza in their hometown. Blake Shelton lands on the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi, TX to deliver a surprise performance to America’s veterans to launch Pepsi’s “Hype Your Hometown” campaign—a call to action for the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime halftime experience. NAPS)
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Several years ago I wrote an article detailing my utter distaste for all things professional football. I wrote about how everything from the booming sound of the announcer’s husky voice to my husband’s outbursts from the couch during game time highs drove me nuts. In the article, I confessed that I couldn’t stand pregame shows, halftime shows or post game wrap-ups. I may even have referred to those women sportscasters who discuss injuries and strategy from the sidelines as traitors. I admitted that for no reason other than to spite him, I would flip the channel to Food Network every time my husband got up from the couch during the game for a beer run or bathroom break. “Wasn’t the game over? Oops. I thought it must have been since you left.” It was an entertaining article, at least. But if someone were to dig it up from the archives today, they’d think I was crazy.
Since the conclusion of the AFC and NFC championship games, the talk has finally turned to the upcoming Super Bowl. The San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens are set to face off in what is expected to be a nail-biting game for the ages and potentially one of the most exciting Super Bowls in the past few seasons.
When the multinational cast of Up with People takes the stage at Mountain View High School in Marana this Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 21 and 22, audience members can expect something for virtually every musical taste and interest.