Ryan becomes sponsor of North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee

Ryan, a Dallas-based tax services firm, recently announced that the firm has joined an exclusive group of North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee $1 million founding sponsors dedicated to making the first ever NFL Super Bowl in North Texas a success.

Ryan's sponsorship will benefit the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee's vision of making Super Bowl XLV bigger and better than ever before, while creating a long-lasting positive effect on the North Texas region.
 
Super Bowl XLV has the ability to draw more than 250,000 people and 1.5 billion viewers worldwide, with the potential to generate more than $600 million in regional economic impact. Ryan's $1 million founding sponsorship demonstrates the firm's commitment to the community and businesses of North Texas that will prosper as a result of the ongoing and future economic development generated from an event of this magnitude.
 
"We are delighted to have a visionary firm like Ryan involved in our efforts to make Super Bowl XLV the greatest single-day event in the history of North Texas," said Roger Staubach, chairman of the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee. "Their support will have a profound impact on our ability to attract thousands of guests to our region, generate millions of dollars in economic activity, and provide an experience essential to the production of future Super Bowls."
 

G. Brint Ryan, CEO and managing principal of Ryan, said his firm is proud to be a part of the event and the possibilities it will provide the region. "We look forward to showcasing North Texas to the premier global clients that will be joining us for Super Bowl XLV," Ryan said.

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