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Taste of the NFL returns

After a short hiatus, due to the global pandemic, the Taste of the NFL returns to the Angel City for Super Bowl week. Now, the Taste of the NFL serves a purpose and not just another fancy party to go to and get dressed up. The event will help out GENYOUth, which is a national non-profit dedicated to creating healthier school communities.


Since the pandemic is on-going, there will also be a virtual Taste of the NFL @Home on Super Bowl Sunday for those who can’t be in attendance featuring a Chalk Talk hosted by sportscaster James “JB” Brown. The event will feature Bubba Wallace, Lindsey Vonn and Allyson Feliix, Both events will help GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund to help the 1 in 6 kids in the US who are food insecure.


“One in 6 U.S. kids lives in food insecurity. As a result of the pandemic, schools are feeding more kids, more meals, in more locations and at more times of the day than ever,” explained Alexis Glick, CEO ofGENYOUth. “We need to do everything in our power to support schools in Los Angeles and nationwide as they remain crucial community anchors in fighting food insecurity. With the incredible support of our presenting sponsors Frito-Lay and the PepsiCo Foundation, our founding partners America’s Dairy Farmers and the NFL, and our amazing chefs, NFL players and sports super stars who are generously giving their time and treasure, Taste of the NFL will help End Student Hunger NOW!”


"We are excited to announce that tickets are now on sale for the 2022 Taste of the NFL, taking place February 12th in Los Angeles at the Petersen Automotive Museum," said a representative working with the event. The Taste of the NFL will be indoors, as well as outdoors 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.

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