The non-profit organization, GENYOUth (an organization for creating and advocating for healthier school communities) is partnering with Frito-Lay and The Pepsico Foundation for Taste of NFL. Top celebrity-status chefs from all over the USA will gather to bring taste buds and great organizations together in this event to celebrate Super Bowl Weekend. Portions of the proceeds on the NFL’s behalf, will be donated to the GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund. This is intended to provide various forms of resources and equipment to assist with delivering food to thirty million students nationwide.
For fans who will not be in Los Angeles for Super Bowl LVI, a Taste of the NFL @Home stream offers a “homegating” option on Super Bowl Sunday, February 13th, featuring a special Chalk Talk hosted by Emmy-award winning sportscaster James “JB” Brown. Guests will include legendary sports greats including NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace, Olympians Allyson Felix and Lindsay Vonn, and a well-known NFL star.
The event will be conducted with a mixture of options offered both inside and outside. Taste of the NFL will take place at the spacious Petersen Automotive Museum, and will be held in compliance with all COVID-19 health, safety and social distancing guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, California Department of Public Health, the NFL, and the Los Angeles Super Bowl LVI Host Committee.
Taste of the NFL tickets are $1,000 each for General Admission and $1,500 each for VIP tickets, which includes exclusive access to the VIP lounge, special tours of The Vault at the Petersen Automotive Museum, and meet and greet opportunities with NFL players, chefs and special guests.
To purchase tickets for the Taste of the NFL live event and to learn more about Taste of the NFL @Home stream on Super Bowl Sunday, visit www.TasteoftheNFL.com.