More than 120 million Americans tune in for the big game each year. The Sunday evening event draws crowds together for a competitive football game, memorable commercials, delicious food, and an entertaining half-time show.
Whether you are traveling to a friends house or going to your favorite bar, here are 5 ways to keep safe.
SAFETY TIPS FOR
Because the game will not be complete without an all-star line-up, you’ll likely be spending some extra time in the kitchen, warming up for the game. Here are a few tips for avoiding injuries and keeping the trainers on the sidelines:
FIRE SAFETY TIPS
According to the Red Cross, “Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries with home fires more likely to start in the kitchen than any other room in the home.” Avoid being part of this statistic with these easy tips:
Be a winner on the big day by keeping your head in the game. When emotions run high and your team is winning, it can be easy to get blindsided.
Because most people stay in for the game, it’s a good practice to script some plays for home safety: