Patriots Defeat Rams at Super Bowl LIII in Aventure’s Hometown of Atlanta

PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Super Bowl LIII took place in Aventure Aviation’s hometown of Atlanta on February 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13–3. The annual championship game of the National Football League, the Super Bowl is among the world’s most-watched television broadcasts. This marks the Patriots’ 6th Super Bowl win.

This was the first Super Bowl hosted at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium since its opening in 2017. This architecturally stunning stadium has a roof design that includes eight triangular translucent panels, that create the illusion of a bird’s wings extended when opened. The city of Atlanta previously hosted the Super Bowl in 2000 and 1994.

Aventure’s “Football Pick’em Challenge” pool concluded in time for Super Bowl Sunday. In addition to the $50 prize awarded each week during football season, three grand prize winners each received either $250, $150, or $75.

“It was a great experience having the Super Bowl in Atlanta, with the entire city so alive,” said Adrian Gallard, Aventure’s Military Sales Representative. “We are very proud of our hometown of Atlanta,” added Chelsea Sneed, Aventure’s Administrative Assistant.

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium and Georgia World Congress Center (MRO Americas location) are walking distance to several of Atlanta’s most popular attractions, such as the CNN studios, the Coca Coca Museum, the College Football Hall of Fame, and the Atlanta Aquarium.

Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium at dusk.
The city of Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of Super Bowl LIII.