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Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities
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Cold Super Bowl Weather, At Least Its Not In These 10 Freezing Sports Cities

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Football is big business. It's one of the few places where advertisers have the nearly undivided attention of a much sought after demographic. Because of this companies are willing to fork over …

Football is big business. It's one of the few places where advertisers have the nearly undivided attention of a much sought after demographic. Because of this companies are willing to fork over upwards of $4 million just for a 30-second spot at this weekend's Super Bowl.

Overall, advertisers spend millions to reach sports fans each year. Not only are fans bombarded with ads during the game on TV, but those attending the game see branding no matter where they look. Companies like Ford (NYSE: F) and FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE), for example, want to ensure fans associate their brand with the teams they love by spending millions on stadium naming rights.

Unfortunately when it comes to this weekend's big game insurance giant MetLife (NYSE: MET), which holds the naming rights for the stadium hosting this year's Super Bowl, is facing an unexpected foe. Plunging temperatures are causing game tickets to attend this week's Super Bowl XLVIII to also plunge. Some fans would rather see the game from the comfort (and warmth) of their own home than sit in the near freezing temperatures that are expected at this year's game. Because of this nearly, 20% of the roughly 82,000 seats were still available as of Monday.

For many of America's most faithful football fans, this is a head-scratcher. These fans live in some of the coldest cities in American and have no problem attending games even when the temperature drops. To salute these fans we've put together a slide show of America's ten coldest pro football cities. These are cities where fans would gladly endure winter's chill in order to see their team claim victory in the big game.

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    • 1. 10 Coldest Pro Football Cities in America Photo credits: Flickr/Nathan Forget and Karyn Christner
    • 2. No. 1: Minneapolis Avg. Winter Temp: 18.7 degrees • Stadium: TFC Bank Stadium (temporary) • Capacity: 50,805 • 2014 Record: 5-10-1 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XI (1977) Photo credit: Flickr/Lauren
    • 3. No. 2: Green Bay Avg. Winter Temp: 20 degrees • Stadium: Lambeau Field • Capacity: 72,928 • 2014 Record: 8-7-1 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XLV (2011) Photo credit: Flickr/Brian Giesen
    • 4. No. 3: Chicago Avg. Winter Temp: 26.4 degrees • Stadium: Soldier Field • Capacity: 61,500 • 2014 Record: 8-8 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XLI (2007) Photo credit: Flickr/xla
    • 5. No. 4: Buffalo Avg. Winter Temp: 27.1 degrees • Stadium: Ralph Wilson Stadium • Capacity: 73,967 • 2014 Record: 6-10 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XXVIII (1994) Photo credit: Flickr/mark.watmough
    • 6. No. 5: Detroit Avg. Winter Temp: 27.9 degrees • Stadium: Ford Field • Capacity: 65,000 • 2014 Record: 7-9 • Last Super Bowl appearance: None Photo credit: Flickr/Mary Meyer
    • 7. No. 6: Cleveland Avg. Winter Temp: 30.3 degrees • Stadium: First Energy Stadium • Capacity: 73,200 • 2014 Record: 4-12 • Last Super Bowl appearance: None Photo credit: Flickr/Erik Daniel Drost
    • 8. No. 7: Indianapolis Avg. Winter Temp: 30.6 degrees • Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium • Capacity: 67,000 • 2014 Record: 11-5 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XLIV (2010) Photo credit: Flickr/Claire P.
    • 9. No. 8: Pittsburgh Avg. Winter Temp: 31.1 degrees • Stadium: Heinz Field • Capacity: 65,050 • 2014 Record: 8-8 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XLV (2011) Photo credit: Flickr/Daveynin
    • 10. No. 9: Denver Avg. Winter Temp: 31.2 degrees • Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile High • Capacity: 76,125 • 2014 Record: 13-3 • Last Super Bowl appearance: XLVIII (2014) Photo credit: Flickr/Fort Carson
    • 11. No. 10: Kansas City Avg. Winter Temp: 31.3 degrees • Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium • Capacity: 79,451 • 2014 Record: 11-5 • Last Super Bowl appearance: IV (1970) Photo credit: Flickr/Brood_wich
    • 12. Warming up to our top stock of 2014

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