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SBD/Issue 90/Events & Attractions
NFL Severs Relationship With Super Bowl Security Firm
Published January 27, 2006
|NFL Ends Super Bowl Security
Relationship With CSC After 29 Years
MORE SECURITY: In Pittsburgh, Joyce Gannon reports robots built by Kuchera Defense Systems will be available to patrol the area around Ford Field, the idea of which came from FirstLink Dir James Rooney, who is the son of Steelers Chair Dan Rooney. The half-dozen four-inch-high robots “will be deployed if police or military agents notice suspicious vehicles around the stadium and want to take a closer look” (PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, 1/27)....NFL Associate Counsel Anastasia Danias said that tickets to this year’s game feature a black-on-black hologram that “shows red or green colors depending on the angle of view,” as well as the Super Bowl logo, the word Detroit and the game date (AP, 1/27).