The NFL-owning hotel chain Marriott has bought some of the hotel supplies it needs to stay open through the Super Bowl.
Marriott is among dozens of companies that have taken advantage of a government-subsidized holiday to buy more than $2 billion worth of hotel supplies.
The company said Tuesday that it has purchased more than 2,600 products for use during the event.
Marriotts purchase of hotel products comes just days after the league said the league would require the use of non-alcoholic beverages in stadiums for its own benefit.
The NFL and its owners, the Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins, have agreed to a voluntary policy aimed at promoting the use and enjoyment of alcoholic beverages in their stadiums.
It has been in effect since December 2017, and the league has been urging fans to drink responsibly.
The league’s voluntary policy states that non-perishables, including alcohol, will not be permitted in stadiums and that fans must consume “reasonable amounts” of water.