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NFL Will Pay Super Bowl Volunteers For First Time In Wake Of Lawsuit Against MLB
Published November 18, 2013
GOOD VIBRATIONS: In Newark, Ted Sherman in a front-page piece wrote New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority President & CEO Wayne Hasenbalg for the past two years "has been overseeing the state's readiness" for Super Bowl XLVIII -- "to make sure the trains run, the power flows, the roads around the stadium stay open and visitors leave with a good feeling about Jersey by the time it’s over" (Newark STAR-LEDGER, 11/16).