#1. Fracking is powering the hot dog machines at the big game.
Did you know that 5,000 lbs of hot dogs are consumed during the big game?
#2. Fracking is powering the halftime show.
From fireworks to giant moving lions, to flashing lights and special effects–the Super Bowl Halftime Show requires a lot of energy which is produced using natural gas.
#3. Fracking is powering the lights.
Surprisingly, the stadium lights for one super bowl game only uses $5,500 worth of power for approx. 5 hours of the game.
#4. Fracking is powering your traveling.
Whether you’re traveling by land or air, around 80,000 people attend the Super Bowl each year. Fracking is helping to fuel the journey.
#5 Fracking is providing protection for the football players.
Football players need gear to protect them during a football game, and their helmets and pads are all made in factories which are powered by fracking.
#6 Fracking is powering your television.