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Party Tips for Super Bowl Sunday

By Joseph Low on January 29, 2014

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Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner, and whether you are rooting for the Seattle Seahawks or the Denver Broncos, it’s bound to be a memorable event. Veteran quarterback Peyton Manning will take on the up-and-comer Russell Wilson, all while competing in one of the most severe winter storms in recent years.

If you are preparing to host your own Super Bowl party, here are a few quick reminders to help make your game day celebration great.

The Joy of Variety: From drinks to appetizers to seating, your guests will appreciate having plenty of options. Depending on the size of the crowd you are expecting, be sure to have a selection of finger foods and snacks to choose from as well as ample seating.

Consider a Potluck: Hosting a party on your own can get expensive, but you do not have to be responsible for everything on the menu. Invite your guests to bring some of their favorite foods and drinks to help keep the party well stocked and to add to the variety.

Safety First: One of the highlights of the Super Bowl for many fans is the chance to enjoy a cold beer, but remember to encourage your guests to drink responsibly. Make sure there are plenty of non-alcoholic drink options available and begin serving water, soda, or coffee toward the end of the game. If guests are intoxicated, offer to let them spend the night or drive them home.

Backup Entertainment: Even diehard fans need a break and, let’s face it, the Super Bowl commercials and halftime show can be a bit over-hyped. So why not invite your guests to play a game of touch football in the yard or compete in a round of Super Bowl trivia?

However you decide to celebrate, The Law Firm of Joseph H. Low IV hopes you have a great time with your family and friends!

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