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It Will Be a City-Wide Super Bowl Party and You Are Invited

Super Bowl Sunday is Feb. 2, and while the Denver Broncos meet the Seattle Seahawks in football’s biggest game, The Huddle wants to invite you to the biggest Super Bowl Party(s) in Winnipeg. The Huddle has teamed up with Manitoba’s own Siku Glacier Ice Vodka, the Pony Corral and the Blue Bombers Legends to present Siku Super Bowl at the Pony Corral.

(Remember: You must be 18-years-of-age or older to attend)

Canadian Football Hall of Famer James Murphy, along with The Huddle’s Scott Taylor and Siku Vodka’s Peter Young will be the hosts at the downtown Pony Corral. Meanwhile, other Blue Bombers players will host similar events at the Pony Corral Restaurants all over Winnipeg.

SuperBowlAdFBIt’s going to be a tremendous day for football as the AFC champion Denver Broncos, featuring quarterback Peyton Manning, go head-to-head against the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks and their all-pro cornerback — and YouTube star —  Richard Sherman.

We’ll have prizes, plenty of football talk and, of course, our hosts from the Pony Corral and Siku Glacier Ice Vodka will take very good care of you. Please, remember, you must be 18-years-of-age or older to attend.

Winnipeg's award-winning Siku Vodka

Winnipeg’s award-winning Siku Vodka


Siku Glacier Ice Vodka is a Winnipeg-based company whose vodka is made from water sourced at the Qalerallit Sermia glacier in Greenland (Siku means glacier in Inupiat). The vodka is “freeze-distilled” rather than heated. It’s been said, the folks at Siku are making a giant Slurpee out of the glacier ice and isn’t that appropriate for Winnipeg?

The Pony Corral Restaurant & Bar has become a Winnipeg icon. The Ginakes family opened its first location in August of 1988 at 2870 Pembina Highway. It’s still a family owned and operated business that grew from sound principles: quality food, great service, and loyal guest patronage.

And of course, our Bombers legends, including Hall of Famer James Murphy. “Quick” Murphy played eight seasons for the Bombers and was a two-time all-star and the CFL’s most outstanding player in 1986. He was one of many former Bombers who came from the United States and made Winnipeg their home.

Thanks to our party partners, Siku Glacier Ice Vodka, The Pony Corral and our own Winnipeg Blue Bombers Legends. It’s going to be a great Super Bowl Sunday in Winnipeg.

Here’s where are Bombers stars of past and present will line up on Sunday…


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