In the run-up to next February's Super Bowl in the Meadowlands, the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee has launched a traveling exhibit to bring the sense of the pro football game and its history to area residents.


It's called, 'The Huddle Shuttle,' a 64-foot long, 14,000 pound rolling Super Bowl and Pro Football exhibit that will make 48 stops in Jersey and New York in leading up to the big game.

Al Kelly is the CEO of the Host Committee.

He describes the, 'Huddle Shuttle' as "a journey that will take place over a four-month period, through a moving museum and experiential, and fun vehicle that will bring this history of the Super Bowl to local citizens."

Included in the experience will be the opportunity to see the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the trophy for the winner of the game.

Besides the New York stops, the exhibit will also be available for touring in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Ocean and Sussex Counties here in the Garden State.

Fans can find out where the "Huddle Shuttle" will be by visiting this website.