Tips on Planning For Your Super Bowl Party
Party Stores Begin to Sell Major Amounts of Decorations
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- With the Super Bowl quickly approaching, folks all around are preparing for the big day. Local party stores are proving that fans aren't taking the game lightly, as they begin to sell major amounts of decorations.
“The Super Bowl is a fun time,” said Kelli McClelland, co-owner of Party Land in Grand Junction. “Everybody is celebrating; everyone is having a good time and there’s lot of food and balloons.”
“We want to have what people want for their celebration,” said Roger McClelland, co-owner of Party Land in Grand Junction.
Too much dismay, the Broncos didn't make it to this year's Super Bowl but two other teams will be contending instead. However, if the team most of us within the Centennial state were rooting for did make it, the McClelland’s say, it would have been a whole different story.
“Bronco colors would have dominated,” said Roger.
Roger says the store would have been filled with Bronco gear, but they still have plenty of options for those looking to celebrate
“We do everything we can to help people put together the event the way that they want it, and the Super Bowl is a good time that people get together and have a lot of fun,” said Roger.
However, Party Planner Robin Brown says your Super Bowl party should not only your easiest to plan, but the cheapest.
“You don't have to spend a lot of money on decorations but if you have a team in the game, then you could use those colors throughout everything,” said Brown, of Robin Brown Events.
Brown says another part of planning your party should be around a quick-clean up.
“You don't have to bring out the good china. You should use paper plates, and paper napkins,” said Brown. “You should also have lots of paper towels available and plastic utensils make things really easy for cleanup at the end of the night.”
Which are Super Bowl supplies you can find at Party Land, but not for too much longer.
“It just ramps up big time until the last minute,” said Roger. “A lot of call in orders asking for the decorations to be set up.”
The Super Bowl will broadcast this Sunday on NewsChannel 5.