Barry Sanders: January 22, 2020

Hall of Fame running back shares details about a new Super Bowl Squares Game that will give away well over $1 Million Cash!

PLUS: Rocket Mortgage announces multi-year NFL sponsorship



NFL Hall of Fame running back for the Detroit Lions


Super Bowl LIV is just weeks away – airing at 6:30 p.m. EST, February 2 – and this year, fans will have a free chance to win up to $500,000 in cash during the game!


Rocket Mortgage and the National Football League have formed a multi-year partnership, making Rocket Mortgage the “Official Mortgage Sponsor of the NFL”. To kick off the partnership, Rocket Mortgage is introducing the Rocket Mortgage Super Bowl Squares – which will be the largest official game of Super Bowl squares in history.


Every time the score changes during Super Bowl LIV – whether it’s a touchdown, extra point, field goal, safety or two-point conversion – a Rocket Mortgage Squares participant will win $50,000. Additionally, two lucky grand prize winners will be selected who will receive $500,000 apiece – once at halftime, once at the end of the game.


On January 22, Barry Sanders – one of the greatest running backs in NFL history, and recently rated one of the Top 10 players in NFL history as part of the league’s NFL 100 All-Time Team – will be available for interviews. Sanders will give your audience details about the Rocket Mortgage Super Bowl Squares and how to enter. He’ll also share information about Rocket Mortgage’s new NFL sponsorship deal, and offer his pick on which team will win Super Bowl LIV!


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More About Barry Sanders:
Barry Sanders is widely regarded as one of the greatest running backs in football history. A native of Wichita, Kansas, Sanders attended Oklahoma State University. He was awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1988 and was a first-round draft-pick and the third overall pick in the 1989 draft. Sanders played for the Detroit Lions from 1989-1998. He was the NFL’s Rookie of the Year in his first season and in 1997 was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player. Selected to play in the Pro Bowl each of his 10 NFL seasons, Sanders held nearly every Lions’ rushing record and numerous all-time NFL records at the time of his retirement. Barry Sanders was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004.


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