"SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL" TO ATTEMPT GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR WORLD'S LARGEST HALLOWEEN GATHERING
Fans wearing costumes at Louisiana Superdome will be counted towards a Guinness World Record, can participate in Saints Costume Contest & appear on Costume Cam on NBCSports.com
NEW YORK - October 28, 2010 - Fans attending "Sunday Night Football" will attempt to set the Guinness World Record for largest Halloween gathering when the last two Super Bowl champions - the Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints - meet at the Louisiana Superdome this Sunday on Halloween night on NBC.
An official Guinness World Records(R) Adjudicator will be on site at the Superdome to validate the game as the world's largest Halloween gathering, defined as a group of people in costume in one place.
Fans need to wear a costume in order to be counted toward the world record. In addition to participating in the quest for a Guinness World Record, fans wearing costumes can participate in the Saints Costume Contest and may appear on "Costume Cam" on NBCSports.com.
The Saints are hosting a Halloween costume contest in Champions Square outside the Superdome prior to the game. Winners will win Saints prizes, including merchandise and pregame field passes. For more information, click here: http://tinyurl.com/2fle2uh.
Sunday Night Football Extra, the live stream of every "Sunday Night Football" game featuring additional camera angles on NBCSports.com, will feature its first-ever "Costume Cam," a camera on site in the Superdome that will capture fans demonstrating their Halloween spirit. For more information on SNF Extra, click here: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/26393211.