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The big game is in our rearview mirror, but some final figures and results are in now:
166.8 Million U.S. viewers of the big game
180+ Countries that tuned in to the Super Bowl
68,658 Fans in Lucas Oil Stadium who actually attended the Super Bowl
$88.44 Average food-and-drink fan expense at the big game
4,500 Pounds of shrimp that St. Elmo went through, including servings to stars such as Jimmy Fallon, Tom Brady and Eli Manning
32,650 Square feet of the Vince Lombardi Trophy recyclable graphic that adorned the JW Marriott
1,005 Rooms in that JW Marriott
10,000+ Photos of the JW Marriott reportedly posted to Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr on Super Bowl Saturday, Feb. 4
12.2 Million social media comments (Facebook, Twitter) about the big game, an event record—until the Grammys' 13 million
1.105 Million people who traipsed through Super Bowl Village—and we believe it! [VIDEO: Super Bowl Village was packed on Feb. 3]
265,039 People who participated in the NFL Experience
10,429 Brave people who rode the ZipLine, including Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker. An Indy park may now add its own.
30,000 People who flew out of Indianapolis International Airport on Feb. 6, the day after the game
1,000 Private jets that descended upon and parked at airports around the state
3 Temporary control towers installed at three Indy airports to ensure Super Bowl flight safety in the friendly but tight skies
96 Percent of the Indy market's total hotel-room supply that was occupied during Super Bowl weekend
$294.55 Average daily hotel-room rate in the four-day run-up to Super Bowl
13 Cases of measles reported in Boone and Hamilton counties north of Indy, caused by two people who visited venues downtown, not including the NFL Experience, on Feb. 3 of Super Bowl weekend
133 Companies that donated money to support the Host Committee's effort in 2008 to land Super Bowl XLVI
900 Volunteers who, with an assist from Tony Dungy, filled Super Baskets of Hope for 7,000 children hospitalized nationally
8,000 Total volunteers for Super Bowl XLVI
[See a previous Super Bowl XLVI "By the Numbers" post here.]
Photos by Tony Valainis
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