NFL warns churches to abide by Super Bowl party guidelines

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts’ first Super Bowl appearance made Calvary Temple want to party like it never had before.

The church planned a Sunday shindig for about 100 young adults, complete with snacks and a big screen TV to watch the game.

“It’s just a good opportunity to get everybody together, have some fellowship and fun and watch the Super Bowl,” business manager Bill Kaler said.

But temple leaders scrapped the idea after learning the NFL stopped a similar get-together at another Indianapolis church, saying it would violate copyright laws.

“I didn’t realize the Super Bowl was a copyrighted thing,” Kaler said.

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1 Comment »

  1. sam Said:

    sheesh…as long as it is a private party (non-public) it shouldn’t violate copyright…

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