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VISA sponsors Super Bowl XLV Twitter page

Who's more Twitter buzz, the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers? What do some of the biggest personalities in professional football have to say about Super Bowl XLV? What're people around the country saying about the big game? In an effort to generate additional online buzz for the Super Bowl VISA has sponsored a unique Twitter page in collaboration with NFL.com that allows fans to monitor NFL and Super Bowl related content on Twitter and participate by providing their own opinion on the game.

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This one-of-a-kind page allows fans to look at what NFL related topics are trending, how often these topics are being tweeted, where each topic is trending the most. Presents these statistics in a way that's both organised and easy to follow. Football fanatics can get the latest scoop on what their favourite athlete is tweeting about. Participate in “Hot Topic” questions such as, “Better clutch quarterback: Joe Montana or Tom Brady?”

For some, watching the game isn’t enough to satisfy their football needs. They want something to enhance their Super Bowl experience. The NFL and VISA have presented an incredible utilisation of Twitter to give fans exactly what they want, while expanding the NFL’s presence in social media. Super Bowl viewers can watch the game, follow the events on a live feed. Check out what some of the biggest names in professional football have to say about the big game in one convenient location.

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