This Week on PR Newswire: Football is Back

With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire for Journalists.  Here are some of this week’s most newsworthy:

The 2022-23 season of the National Football League opened last night.  Here’s a look at some of the news releases issued by PR Newswire related to the new football season.

PepsiCo 18 Week Pack Tiny Home

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Pepsi Announces Larger Than Life Innovation Just in Time for NFL Kickoff: ‘The 18 Week Pack,’ a Pepsi Pack You Can Live in All Season Long

Football is back, and Pepsi is proving to fans everywhere that football watching is #BetterWithPepsi with the debut of its latest innovation – the “Pepsi 18 Week Pack,” a tiny home that one lucky fan will have the chance to live in for all 18 weeks of the 2022 NFL season. The Pepsi 18 Week Pack takes gamedays to an entirely new level, ensuring everything you need for a marathon day of football is within reach – literally.

Bud Light ‘Cracks Open’ NFL Season by Celebrating Fans’ First Beer

Bud Light Kickoff Beers - Football Starts with Bud Light

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For 21+ NFL fans, the season starts with Bud Light! Nothing embodies the excitement of the start of a new NFL season better than the crack of the first beer. That’s why the beer brand that has become synonymous with football is getting fans across the country hyped-up for the upcoming season. “As the official beer sponsor of the NFL and the #1 best-selling beer brand in America, we know there is nothing quite like the excitement of football season coming back,” said Alissa Heinerscheid, vice president of marketing for Bud Light. “We’re helping fans everywhere start the season right, bringing to life the magical sound of a crisp Bud Light being opened and kickstarting the best time of year.”

New Era Cap Delivers Sideline Styles For 2022 NFL Season

New Era Cap x NFL Sidelines 2022 Buffalo Bills Historic 39THIRTY cap.

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With training camps in full swing and fans eager for the start of the 2022 NFL season, New Era Cap LLC, the international sports and lifestyle brand and official sideline cap of the National Football League, today revealed its 2022 NFL Sidelines Collection. With three designs – chrome white, ink dye, and historic – across multiple styles from the iconic 59FIFTY to the adjustable snapback and breezy visor, this new collection by New Era Cap has everyone ready for football.

Tim Shanahan, Director of Licensed Products at New Era Cap, said, “Whether you love the retro look of the 1970s-era patch logos to rekindle memories, rock the colorful look of the ink-dye to top off your fashion-forward style, or gravitate to the clean finish of the white chrome cap, you can lean into your personality while repping your favorite team with this collection.”

NIAAA: What to Know About Alcohol Use During Football Season

NIAAA - Don't get sacked! Binge drinking during the big game is a bad call - football play graphic

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Many of us look forward to tailgating, viewing parties, and cookouts during football season, yet it is also a time when some people are more likely to drink beyond their limits. Some people will suffer adverse consequences that range from fights to falls to traffic crashes. So, this football season, do not underestimate the effects of alcohol. Don’t believe you can beat them, or they may beat you.

Here are some tips to keep in mind if you host a football viewing party:
  • Offer a variety of alcohol-free drinks.
  • Provide a variety of healthy foods and snacks.
  • Help your guests get home safely.
  • If you are a parent, understand the underage drinking laws—and set a good example.

StubHub’s 2022 NFL Preview: Brady Is Back and Leads the Bucs to Season’s Top in Demand Games Worldwide; First-Ever NFL Game in Germany Drives Huge Demand

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After an eventful NFL offseason, StubHub, the world’s most trusted ticket marketplace, provides a look at ticket trends to uncover the league’s top in-demand teams, games, and more. Tom Brady returns for his 23rd season after a short-lived retirement and appears in the best-selling games at home and abroad, while the Cowboys top StubHub’s list of in-demand teams for the sixth time and the Buffalo Bills make the biggest jump in sales since last season.

And don’t miss these other releases from the past week on PR Newswire:

9-Year-Olds’ Reading and Mathematics Scores Drop Since Start of Pandemic

The reading and mathematics scores of 9-year-old students fell between 2020 and 2022, according to results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) long-term trend (LTT) assessment released today (Sept. 1) by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). “These are some of the largest declines we have observed in a single assessment cycle in 50 years of the NAEP program,” said Acting NCES Associate Commissioner Daniel McGrath. “Students in 2022 are performing at a level last seen two decades ago.”

New Campaign by FEMA and the Ad Council Encourages Black Community to ‘Create a Lasting Legacy’ by Preparing for Disasters

As part of FEMA’s ongoing approach to advance accessibility and cultural competency in boosting the nation’s preparedness, the new PSAs were developed specifically to reach Black and African American communities and will air nationwide.

Black communities are on the frontlines of climate change and related extreme weather events. A report from the Environmental Protection Agency shows that socially vulnerable populations, including Black and African American communities, may be more exposed to the highest impacts of climate change. Specifically, with global warming, Black and African American individuals have a 10% higher risk of living in areas with the highest projected inland flooding damages compared to reference populations.

It’s Time to Get Your Flu Shot; What You Need to Know About the 2022-2023 Flu Season

September officially kicks off influenza (flu) season in the U.S., and it is time for all eligible Americans to get their annual flu shot. To help educate adults who are at high risk for flu complications and increase vaccination rates, the American Lung Association launched a new campaign, “United Against Flu.”

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Larry Grady is online content manager at PR Newswire for Journalists. He has worked in business media for over 30 years and enjoys reality TV and daydreaming about travel and wine.

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