PHOENIX, Arizona (NBC News) – The party has started in Arizona, but there is still a lot of work left to be done before Super Bowl Sunday.
The grass field is ready to go and the work is speeding up now, with an army of men and women working around the clock to make sure things are ready for game day.
“Right now on site, we’re probably looking at over 5,000 between the parking lots and everything that we’ve got going on. Police, security, TV. I mean, TV has got its own compound up there, which is great, they have their own little city,” says University of Phoenix Stadium marketing director Scott Norton.
A city of wires, buttons, monitors and more than 40 cameras that will be used to broadcast the game to more than 100 million people.
You can see the game on KSN Sunday night.