In Miami, your Super Bowl beer is going to be different. It won't come in a plastic cup

The Charlotte Observer
In Miami, your Super Bowl beer is going to be different. It won't come in a plastic cup
In Miami, your Super Bowl beer is going to be different. It won't come in a plastic cup

The Super Bowl is famous for excess and star-studded events: huge parties, expensive tickets, big superstars like Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Pitbull. For any host city, it means lots of visitors, lots of traffic, lots of food served and delivered (think millions of pizzas), and lots, lots of beer. But there is something Miami's Super Bowl 54 won't have much of: plastic. At least at Hard Rock Stadium. The home of the Miami Dolphins is ditching most of the plastic stuff that's ubiquitous at sports arenas: water bottles, beer cups, plastic utensils and food wrappings. They've all been replaced by recyclable items as Miami rushes to join the green bandwagon, under pressure from environmentally-conscious

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