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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

The host committee is using more than 15,000 volunteers to help pull off a successful Super Bowl experience in New Jersey and New York.

Volunteers will greet visitors at airports, trains, and hotels as well as performing other crucial roles in the area.

Some of these roles include:

Assist visitors as they make their way around New York and New Jersey.

Public transportation can be a little confusing if you aren't familiar with it; no one knows how to get around better than you.

Provide visitors with information about the Super Bowl and related activities.  You'll have the inside scoop.

Act as hospitality guides at events hosted by the NFL and its sponsors.

Volunteers who complete their shifts will:

Receive a volunteer uniform that will be yours to keep.

Know that you made a difference in how the world views New York and New Jersey.

Click here for more volunteer information:  http://www.nynjsuperbowl.com/volunteer
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