Larkin Hoffman is proud to be an official Super Bowl LII Host Committee partner.
“It has been a privilege to partner with the Minnesota Host Committee to bring the Super Bowl to the Bold North,” said Bill Griffith, Larkin Hoffman’s president. “This is a wonderful opportunity to show off our great community.”
Among other things, members of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee have been responsible for planning and hosting the game and related festivities.
“Super Bowl LII is another chance for Minnesota to shine on the world stage; to tell the story of why so many of us – including successful businesses – choose to call the Bold North home,” said Maureen Bausch, CEO of the MNSBHC. “Our partners’ support allows us to host a world-class event that will create lifelong memories for Minnesotans; to showcase the Bold North to the world; and to create a positive economic impact in our community for years to come. Our partners are critical to our 10-day festival that will welcome fans of all ages with activities and celebrations open to the public.”
Employees of the firm have been involved in the festivities to varying degrees, including attending events leading up to the game, going to the game itself and serving as volunteer members of Crew 52 – the hospitality ambassadors for the event.
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Maddie and Allie Renneke (left), daughters of Larkin Hoffman shareholder Gary Renneke, participated in the Super Bowl LII halftime show with Justin Timberlake.