MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 2018 Cowboy Jack's SB52 Big Game Experience powered by Brewer Media proved to be one for the ages. Starting with the "American Heroes" youth football celebration which helped bridge the gap between law enforcement and urban youth, followed by a weeklong series of events including: the 30 Under 30 Film Festival, The Jack Brewer Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament, Leather & Laces Party, 31st Annual Leigh Steinberg Party, Maxim Party, Kevin Hart Power of Influence Awards and culminating with the 10th Annual JBF Super Bowl Watch Party at Cowboy Jack's downtown location.
Super Bowl LII served as the launch of the Brewer Media Player App, which is sold on Android and iPhones. The Brewer Media Player offers a diverse entree of the top music and movie releases crossing all genres. The Cowboy Jack's SB52 Big Game Experience powered by Brewer Media included over 20 national media features and coverage by over 250 media outlets around the world.
The highlights of the weekend included the announcement of NFL icons Ray Lewis and Randy Moss being named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which was captured by Brewer Media. This historic event was followed by pregame activities that included Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey naming February 4th, 2018 as Jack Brewer and Kevin Hart day as well as granting both gentlemen with the keys to the city. Over 7,000 people attended events produced and sponsored by Brewer Media during the 2018 Super Bowl festivities.
"Twenty years ago, a skinny kid from Grapevine, TX followed his prayers and left his family to chase his dreams in Minneapolis," commented Mr. Brewer. "I made a promise to God to always serve humanity in honor of Him. Receiving the keys to the city from Mayor Frey and having February 4, 2018 forever named as Jack Brewer and Kevin Hart Day is such an honor. My weekend was capped off when I was blessed to live a dream by sitting with my two brothers, Ray Lewis and Randy Moss, as they became first ballot Hall of Famers. I've cried more in the last two days than I have in all my life and am beyond humbled."
SOURCE The Jack Brewer Foundation