Jani-King prepares to clean house for the Super Bowl
February 3, 2011
DALLAS — The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year, and preparing a stadium to house this type of event will require a massive effort, according to a press release.
This year presents the biggest challenge ever faced by a commercial cleaning company in tackling the challenge that is Cowboys Stadium: With a record-breaking crowd in excess of 100,000 attendees expected to watch the Green Bay Packers take on the Pittsburgh Steelers, the task is monumental and will require the best cleaning crews available to overcome the many obstacles presented, the release stated.
This is where Jani-King stadium cleaning comes in; the pre-clean process is currently underway and will continue up until Thursday night before the big game, the release noted.
According to the release, this process requires 70 Jani-King crew members to be present each day working on a wide range of tasks including touching up areas where vendors have scuffed walls and prepping concession areas and club houses.
Game day cleaning will begin as soon as all Jani-King staff receive their security badges and are bused to the stadium where they will begin cleaning all areas of the stadium including parking lots, outdoor fan plazas and party pass areas, the release added.
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