Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Verizon Power House Opens Today

We discussed earlier in the week the many ways that Bryant Park is a hotbed of activity in the leadup to the Big Game. We could not be more excited to welcome the Verizon Power House to the park, which opens today at 1pm.

The Power House is located on the Fountain Terrace, on the 6th Avenue side of the park.
The Verizon Power House, a 15,000 square foot walk-through experience, occupies the 6th Avenue side of the park. This free, open-to-the-public event features interactive technology that will allow members of the public to "Suit Up" in their favorite NFL team uniform and create a personalized timeline featuring iconic moments in NFL history, technology, and pop culture. Tech-inclined fans will be able to learn more about the NFL Mobile app, try out LTE Multicast, and experience a touch wall that showcases many of Verizon's Powerful Answers stories. In addition, a 270-degree projection mapping room will virtually transport guests from their homes to the stadium, a Wall of Fame will feature consumer generated fan videos, and lockers will be available to the public for phone power charging.

Use the hashtag #WhosGonnaWin to get your team's colors projected atop the Empire State Building.
Verizon will release daily questions on Twitter asking its followers to break down the game's best matchups. Tweet answers to the daily question with #WhosGonnaWin and be sure to look up at the Empire State Building to find out whose team colors will take over when the results are projected LIVE as a light show from 6pm - 7pm EST through Super Bowl Sunday. You can see the Empire State Building from within the park, so you can enjoy the park and the light show simultaneously!

Verizon Power House
Fountain Terrace
Wednesday, January 29
1pm - 11pm
Thursday, January 30 through Saturday, February 1
11am - 11pm
Sunday, February 2
10am - 1pm


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