Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee launches the Team LV Volunteer Program
The Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee announced the official launch of TEAM LV, the volunteer program for Super Bowl LVIII, powered by Caesars Entertainment and Intermountain Health, on Friday, May 19. The official volunteer program of the Host Committee aims to recruit more than 7,000 dedicated volunteers between now and Aug. 2023.
Host Committee partners, media and volunteer hopefuls gathered at the launch event, held at the Wheel House at LINQ Promenade, to celebrate the unveiling of the program. During opening remarks, Sam Joffray, President and CEO of the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee, emphasized the work that is leading up to the big game and what it will mean for the future of Las Vegas. Joffray stated, “Many say we’re hosting Super Bowl on February 11, 2024, but that’s just the game. I say, we’re hosting Super Bowl right now…We only get one chance to make a first impression and that is it. This is the first of hopefully many Super Bowls to come, but we only get to do it once.”
Trevor Bobb, Senior Vice President of Volunteer Operations at the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee, then took to the stage to provide further details about the program. The Host Committee aims to enlist more than 7,000 individuals as ambassadors for Las Vegas during the events leading up to and throughout Super Bowl LVIII. These volunteers will embody the exceptional hospitality that Las Vegas is known for. They will be, as Bobb says, “the first hellos and last goodbyes.”
Expressing gratitude to the program’s partners, Bobb then invited representatives from Caesars Entertainment and Intermountain Health to join him on stage. Dan Walsh, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Harrah’s Las Vegas, The Linq and Flamingo, and Anne Robertson, Vice President of Brand and Sponsorships at Intermountain Health, were presented with Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII footballs as a symbol of appreciation for their invaluable support.
Walsh graciously accepted the ball and went on to say, “Hospitality is the core to who we are in Las Vegas. It’s core to who we are at Caesars Entertainment. We have no doubt that we are going to deliver an event that lives forever in the history books of Las Vegas.”
Robertson expressed, “When communities come together, we are stronger, better and healthier. And I can’t think of a better place to partner up and launch this volunteer program than in Las Vegas.”
The Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Volunteer Program promises an incredible opportunity for Las Vegans to contribute to the success of the event. Applications to join Team LV will be accepted through Aug. 2023, and prospective volunteers can register online. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older at the time of submission and complete a formal application process, including a background check. Once accepted into the Team LV program, volunteers will receive role-specific training, which will be scheduled in the coming months. Please note volunteers will not receive tickets to Super Bowl LVIII, and positions will not be needed at Allegiant Stadium on gameday.