- The National Football League
'He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery.' ~Harold Wilson
Who throws parties on Sundays?
Because of a longstanding association with Superbowl and Sunday, NFL lovers do.
However, the effort which goes into these parties, followed by inevitably intense revelry and/or depression by fans and admirers alike, does not suit a Sunday disposition.
Superbowl Saturday would allow us to embrace the game without fear of tomorrow. It would also allow for a day of reflection and recovery before the busy work week begins.
As the NFL ever expands into new markets, it is incumbent upon the league to recognize the ill effects that a Sunday Superbowl imposes on the world economy.
A Saturday Superbowl would allow millions of American churchgoers to fully participate in celebrations, creating new marketing possibilities for the NFL and their sponsor networks.
Holding the Pro Bowl on the following Sunday in the Superbowl city would also provide otherwise untapped marketing opportunities, and generally better interest in this otherwise milquetoast affair.
Superbowl Saturday has too many advantages to ignore.
Let's exercise our right to freedom of fun!
Let's keep the world economy rolling.
Dear Mr. Roger Goodell, we the undersigned call on the National Football League to stage Superbowl XLVII, and all subsequent Superbowls, on the second Saturday following the Conference Championships.
The Superbowl Saturday petition to The National Football League was written by Spurius Neminis and is in the category Football at GoPetition.