The Super Bowl is this Sunday! The Super Bowl has always been on a Sunday since the first one back in 1967. But, because the day has become so BIG, people have questioned whether the day after the  Super Bowl should be a national holiday. We do love our Super Bowl parties, don't we? Did you know there is a school district that has already decided to close on the day after the Super Bowl? (Scroll down)

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SCHOOLS IN CINCINNATI WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY AFTER SUPERBOWL SUNDAY!

Wow, they really got it to pass? Since the Cincinnati Bengals won the AFC championship 3 weeks ago, one of the school board members put in a request to have the day off for all schools in Cicnnincatii.


And it looks like it worked...The Cincinnati Public Schools posted this


 

ABOUT 17.2 MILLION AMERICANS WILL MISS WORK ON MONDAY

So what about work? Well it looks like work continues for most, except for those who choose not to go. According to this article,  about 17 million peole will miss work on the day after the Superbowl. What coud be the reasons for this?

    • Drank too much at the Superbowl Party?

 

  • Stayed up too late celebrating my Team won?

 

 

  • Great excuse NOT to go to work?

 

 

 

WHAT ABOUT MOVING THE SUPER BOWL TO A SATURDAY?

There have even been suggestions that the Super Bowl should be moved to a Saturday. Like that, everyone has Sunday to recover from whatever they need to recover from. There is currently an online petition at change.org to move the Superbowl to Saturday. It has about 128,079 signatures as of now.      

Not sure if the day after the Super Bowl will ever be a national holiday or be moved to Saturday, but one thing is for sure....the Super Bowl parties will continue like crazy on Super Bowl Sunday!

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