Apple is joining in as an official sponsor of Super Bowl 50, sort of. The company is one of the many businesses that have signed up to be a sponsor of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee. The game itself is being held in the San Francisco area at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
Apple is not actually sponsoring Super Bowl 50 itself, so we should not expect the company's logo to be all over the place when the game itself is held on Feb. 7. So what does the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee do, exactly? Yahoo Finance explains:
Apple also won't comment on why it has decided to be a sponsor, but the article speculates the company has made this move in part to get some respect from local Silicon Valley sports fans.
Source: Yahoo Finance
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