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MARQUIS EVENTS INTERNATIONAL TO PROVIDE HOSPITALITY FOR NFL
Published June 14, 1996
Marriott Int'l, Inc. and the NFL announced that Marriott's Marquis Events will provide hospitality service for the '97 and '98 Super Bowls. Based in Chicago, Marquis Events is Marriott's newly formed event management and marketing division, and the upcoming Super Bowls are the group's first major contracts. For Super Bowl XXXI in New Orleans, Marquis Events Int'l will manage NFL hospitality programs at several sites within the Superdome and at the New Orleans Center. Marriott will oversee similar activities at the '98 Super Bowl in San Diego (Marriott).