Pro Football HOF to show Chiefs’ ‘Road to the Super Bowl’ with new protocols

A film at the Pro Football Hall of Fame honors the Super Bowl 54 champion Chiefs.
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame will be presenting “Road to the Super Bowl” in its theater, but with new protocols due to the coronavirus.

The film recapping the Kansas City Chiefs’ first Super Bowl victory in a half-century will be shown on a 40-plus-foot screen with 15-channel surround sound and was specially created for the Hall’s Super Bowl Theater. The theater has a capacity of 44 viewers but will be limited to nine patrons per viewing. Masks are required throughout the hall per state of Ohio guidelines.

Throughout the museum are 6-foot spacing markers, one-way flow signs, hand sanitizer stations and styluses given to guests on entry so exhibits are “touchless” to guest hands.

“This is one of the most anticipated updates to the Super Bowl Theater in many years,” Saleem Choudhry, vice president of museum exhibit/services says of the film. “The Chiefs Nation has been eagerly anticipating this new edition to the museum experience, and the final production does not disappoint.”