MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee (MNSBHC) is putting out a last call to sign-up for Crew 52 and become one of the 10,000 Super Bowl Host Committee volunteers.
Those interested in joining Crew 52 to help welcome more than one million visitors to Minnesota during our 10-day Super Bowl festival have until Wednesday, Sept. 27 to register at mnsuperbowl.com/Crew52*and sign-up for a volunteer interview by Saturday, Sept. 30. Interested volunteers should apply at mnsuperbowl.com/Crew52*.
"Thousands of Minnesotans from across the state have signed up to join Crew 52 to welcome our Super Bowl guests and help make Minnesota shine during our Super Bowl festival," said Maureen Bausch, CEO of the MNSBHC. "We are excited to wrap-up our volunteer recruitment phase and take the next steps to field the best team of volunteers a Super Bowl has ever seen!"
Crew52 volunteers will serve at public gathering points such as airports, skyways, hotels, and MNSBHC events, to ensure visitors have the best guest experience during their time in Minnesota. Crew52 volunteers are required to go through an application process, including a background check, interview, and training sessions, before serving during the 10 days of festivities leading up to big game.
Volunteers are asked to fulfill three shifts during the 10-day festival. Benefits for volunteers include a free winter-ready uniform and the opportunity to take part in a once-in-a-generation opportunity to showcase Minnesota on the world's largest stage.
A full list of frequently asked questions about Crew 52 is available on the MNSBHC website, mnsuperbowl.com/Crew52.