For the Sexy Side of Super Bowl in Tampa Bay, Let Wingman Be Your Guide

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For the Super Bowl, TampaBay.com and the St. Petersburg Times give Steelers fans and Cardinals fans best tips on parties, food, fun and local events in the Tampa area. Wingman Super Bowl Blog is a guy's guide for best places to gawk, gulp, gamble, brag and recover. For complete coverage of Tampa Bay's Super Bowl festivities, including a recovery plan for too much partying in Ybor City, fans can also check out the Wise Guy's Rescue Kit for the Super Bowl.

This guide offers the best places to gawk, gulp, gamble, brag and recover. Guys can get tips on the best food, strip clubs, cigar bars and parties.

We're giving Super Bowl fans the inside story on how to enjoy the Tampa area during the Super Bowl. It's the best guide to find the best kept secrets of a good time in Tampa

Welcoming Super Bowl revelers to the Tampa area, TampaBay.com and the St. Petersburg Times are giving football fans - both local and visiting Steelers fans and Cardinals fans - the best coverage for all of Tampa Bay's Super Bowl events.

TampaBay.com is giving guys - those who are coming and those who wish they were - tips on the best food, Tampa strip clubs, cigar bars, parties in Ybor City and beyond, and other festivities on the Wingman Super Bowl Blog.

"No one knows Tampa Bay like the St. Petersburg Times and TampaBay.com," said Stephen Buckley, publisher of TampaBay.com. "We're giving Super Bowl fans the inside story on how to enjoy the Tampa area during the Super Bowl. It's the best guide to find the best kept secrets of a good time in Tampa," he added.

The Wingman Super Bowl blog also features a Wise Guy's Rescue Kit, providing a list of taxis and bail bondsmen just in case there's too much celebrating. As part of the Wingman Super Bowl Blog, fans can submit their own Super Bowl photos and highlights by sending an e-mail to brag@tampabay.com.

Everything's Super will provide broader news coverage on the Super Bowl, including entertainment, TV commercials, and celebrity parties. Readers can receive this information online or on a mobile phone by going to http://blogs.tampabay.com/superbowl.

About the St. Petersburg Times and TampaBay.com
The St. Petersburg Times is Florida's largest newspaper with an average circulation of 390,289 Sunday and 268,935 daily (ABC publisher's statement 9/30/08). Considered one of the top ten newspapers in the country, the newspaper has six Pulitzer Prizes to its name.
TampaBay.com is Tampa Bay's largest local news Web site, with a combined local and national audience of 1.6 million unique visitors each month (Nielsen//NetRatings average for 4/08-9/08).

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Jounice Nealy-Brown
Times Brand Manager
727-893-8289

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