Rosterfy catches up with Lee Hendrickson, Head of Volunteers at The Super Bowl LIII to learn more about their end to end volunteer management.
Rosterfy signs sixth consecutive Super Bowl
For a sixth consecutive year, Rosterfy has been selected as the volunteer management solution for the Super Bowl host city.
For a sixth consecutive year, Rosterfy has been selected as the volunteer management solution for the Super Bowl host city. Super Bowl LVI will be in Los Angeles in 2022 and the Host Committee efforts will be led by the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC).
Having utilized Rosterfy for the past three years to manage their annual volunteer program, LASEC is gearing up to host Super Bowl LVI, expected to be one of the first major events in Los Angeles since the start of the pandemic. The team at Rosterfy is extremely proud to be working alongside LASEC to deliver the volunteer management for this iconic event, the first of its kind at the newly constructed SOFI Stadium.
“Rosterfy has a proven track record working with some of the world’s biggest events and they don’t get much bigger and better than the Super Bowl in Los Angeles,” said Dominic Leyden, Rosterfy’s Head of Sales in the US.
“To have the opportunity to provide the volunteer management solution for a sixth consecutive Super Bowl is testimony to our team's hard work and commitment to connect communities to events and causes they’re passionate about.” Leyden continued.
Each year, the Super Bowl attracts tens of thousands of volunteer applicants and Rosterfy is used to help recruit, screen, train, and schedule them throughout Super Bowl Week. With technology arguably set to play a greater role than ever before, Rosterfy will provide an end to end solution to volunteer management.
“Hosting the Super Bowl is not just great for sports fans – it is great for all Angelenos. The Super Bowl will engage our community through volunteer opportunities, boost local businesses, and deliver new investment into the region, while serving as a source of inspiration and local pride,” LASBHC CEO, Kathryn Schloessman said.
“With the support of our volunteers, the world will get to watch Los Angeles shine, giving people another reason to be proud of their community, to get involved, and to support their neighborhoods and each other.”
Volunteer registrations will open this summer. To register to become a volunteer for the Super Bowl LVI, visit www.LASuperBowlHC.com.
Rosterfy exists to connect communities to events and causes they are passionate about through volunteer engagement technology. Eliminating the need for spreadsheets and manual processes, Rosterfy provides an end to end solution to volunteer management. From recruitment, screening and scheduling right through to training, onsite management and reporting, Rosterfy has proven credentials for increasing the retention, engagement and attendance rates for our clients worldwide.
Rosterfy’s scalable technology streamlines the previously manual process of workforce management for organisations of all shapes and sizes from the Super Bowl to tin rattlers for local charities.
About the Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee
The Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee has been established to deliver a premiere Super Bowl LVI experience and drive lasting social, cultural, and economic impact for the region. We serve as the liaison between the National Football League and local community to harness the opportunity surrounding the events to elevate our community, launch legacy initiatives, and unite the City of Los Angeles. The Host Committee is led by the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC) and Host Committee Chairman Casey Wasserman and includes SoFi Stadium at Hollywood Park and the Los Angeles Rams.