Super Bowl ‘brought to you by American truckers’

This graphic was produced by the Minnesota Trucking Association and Trucking Moves America Forward.This graphic was produced by the Minnesota Trucking Association and Trucking Moves America Forward.

It will take more than 100,000 truckloads of freight to pull of this weekend’s Super Bowl, according to estimates, which accounts for loads of food, drink, memorabilia, lighting, materials and more to make the big game happen.

And that’s just the loads servicing Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium, where the game is being held. According to advocacy group Trucking Moves America Forward, tens of thousands of loads will be needed to provide the beer, popcorn, guacamole and chicken wings Americans will consume on Sunday.

Check TMAF’s graphic above for the details, which includes a whopping 36,000 loads of beer to haul the 325 million gallons of beer that will be consumed this weekend.

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