WINONA, Minn. (WKBT) - A Winona company is working overtime getting ready for Super Bowl XLVIII.
WinCraft makes hundreds of NFL items that will be sold leading up to and during the Super Bowl.
They started working as soon as the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon and they'll continue for two weeks. The items include signs, pennants and decals, as well as towels and chip bowls. WinCraft has been licensed with the NFL for the past 40 years, but they say this year will be extra special.
"This time with New York being the venue, we're really excited about the fact that this is the largest population base ever, so the fan base is going to be huge," said David Shipper, WinCraft's VP of product management.
The Denver Broncos will play the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, February 2. Kickoff is at 5:30 p.m.24026800
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