Podcast: Government Communications for Super Bowl Sunday in Minneapolis, MN

Posted on October 26, 2018

Minneapolis Super Bowl


Greta Bergstrom Jordan Gilgenbach
Greta Bergstrom
Communications Director
Minneapolis, MN
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Jordan Gilgenbach
Digital Media Relations Coordinator
Minneapolis, MN
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A lot of preparation and work goes into hosting a Super Bowl. Two communications professionals from the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota shared their story of hosting Super Bowl 52 in their city. Greta Bergstrom is the Communications Director and Jordan Gilgenbach is the Digital Media Relations Coordinator for the City of Minneapolis. They talked about the working with dozens of partners to keep residents and guests informed, how they prepared for cold weather and all the rowdy fans, plus they also described the training and support they got from the Federal government in preparation for the game.

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