NFL Super Bowl City Hosts

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NFL Super Bowl City Hosts
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Attorney Marc Rovner of East Rockaway has served BETA Abstract, LLC, as general counsel and director of business development since 1998. Beyond his activities as an attorney, Marc Rovner enjoys spending time with his family. Together, he and his son have attended games at 24 of the nation’s 32 National Football League (NFL) stadiums.

In all but a select few instances resulting in two teams playing in an unrelated stadium, the NFL’s Super Bowl is held at a predetermined stadium. Host cities are generally selected three to five years in advance, and are chosen based on the city’s proposal to the NFL.

With the 2017 Super Bowl scheduled for Houston, Texas, for a third time, only nine cities have repeated as Super Bowl hosts. Both Detroit and Atlanta have hosted two Super Bowls each. Houston joins San Diego and Arizona as three-time hosts, while Tampa Bay has held four.

Despite going two decades without an NFL team, Los Angeles ranks third all-time, having hosted seven Super Bowls. Los Angeles most recently hosted the game at the Rose Bowl in 1993. With 10 games as host each, New Orleans and Miami lead all cities as Super Bowl hosts. New Orleans last hosted in 2013, while Miami used Dolphin Stadium and Sun Life Stadium to host the 2007 and 2010 Super Bowls, respectively.

Unique Features of the US Bank Stadium

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Minnesota Vikings
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Attorney Marc Rovner serves as general counsel and director of business development for BETA Abstract LLC in Oceanside, New York. Before becoming an attorney he attended Boston University, where he graduated magna cum laude. A native of East Rockaway, New York, Marc Rovner is an avid football fan and Giants supporter. He and his son have visited 24 of the 32 NFL stadiums since 2005, with the goal of visiting each and every one.

Opened in late summer 2016, the US Bank Stadium is the latest addition to the NFL’s roster of venues. Located in downtown Minneapolis, the stadium is home to the Minnesota Vikings and seats over 66,000 and covers 137,000 square feet. The stadium is a remarkable building, with a roof composed of a transparent ETFE structure, giving the inside an open-air feel without allowing in Minnesota’s famous temperamental weather.

In fact, the building itself features nearly 200,000 square feet of glass, and fans are encouraged to bring sunglasses on sunny days. US Bank Stadium includes several other unique features, including five 95-feet high pivoting glass doors that open to the outside. The stadium is also equipped with LED lighting that allows for state-of-the-art pre-game and halftime entertainment options.

Experiencing Tapas in Barcelona

Tapas
Tapas
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Attorney Marc Rovner serves as general counsel and director of business development at BETA Abstract. In addition to maintaining community involvement within his hometown of East Rockaway, New York, attorney Marc Rovner enjoys traveling with his family to places that allow him to relax and enjoy local cuisine. One favorite destination is Barcelona, Spain.

Barcelona provides visitors with a mix of history, beautiful natural spaces including beaches, and delicious food. Those who appreciate authentic Spanish cuisine often enjoy visiting various tapas bars to experience the tradition.

Tapas are small plates of food meant for sharing among several people. Part of experiencing tapas involves taking a relaxed, casual attitude and an impromptu approach. Tapas are usually enjoyed standing around a table in a crowded restaurant while sharing a bottle of a light white wine or Basque cider.

Though tapas are traditionally small plates of food, customers can also order raciones, larger plates with more to share.

Some dishes that are common in Barcelona include pan con tomate, a dish consisting of white bread rubbed with tomato and drizzled with oil and salt. Also familiar are patatas bravas, deep-fried cubes of potatoes that are dipped in sauces, and chipirones, deep-fried baby squid

How to Eat like a Native in Barcelona

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Barcelona
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A native of East Rockaway, New York and a magna cum laude graduate from Boston University, attorney Marc Rovner serves as general counsel and director of business development for BETA Abstract LLC. In his free time, Marc Rovner enjoys traveling, and claims Barcelona as his favorite city.

Food and meals play an important role in Barcelona social life. As a result, the city offers delicious, enticing cuisine to visitors. To eat like a native, start with a light continental breakfast, usually found in bars. Most residents drink café con leche or a cortado as well as a croissant or other breakfast roll.

Lunch is the most important meal of the day and tends to include three to four courses, beginning with soup or salad, followed by a meat dish, and topped off with a light dessert of fruit, yogurt, or crema catalana. Lunch is always served with bread and wine and between the hours of 1:30 to 4. Finally, dinner tends to be lighter fare, with many indulging in tapas. One famous snack is pa amb tomaquet, bread rubbed with olive oil and tomato and served with cheese and cold cuts. Most Catalonians eat around 10 at night but restaurants are opened earlier.

Be warned: many restaurants are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Also, visitors looking to get authentic cuisine should avoid places in La Rambla.

Donating to Ronald McDonald House New York

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Ronald McDonald House
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A native of East Rockaway, New York, attorney Marc Rovner serves as general counsel and director of business development at BETA Abstract, LLC. Away from his responsibilities as an attorney, Marc Rovner contributes to Ronald McDonald House Charities, which operates such facilities across the country as Ronald McDonald House New York.

Established in 1978, Ronald McDonald House New York supports children with cancer and their families. The facility, located in Manhattan, has provided temporary housing for more than 30,000 families from around the world. The nonprofit’s goal is to keep families together during the treatment process in order to create a positive and caring environment for patients.

The house accommodates 84 families, and it costs $295 per family per night to remain operational. Fortunately, generous donations by the public reduce the cost of each family’s stay to, at most, $35 per night.

Monetary contributions of any amount are welcome at http://www.rmh-newyork.org. Donors may choose how their funds are used or elect to have Ronald McDonald House New York apply the funds where there is the greatest need. In addition, donors can leave gifts in memory or honor of a loved one.

2015 Client Distinction Award

Marc Evan Rovner, Esq. an attorney from East Rockaway, New York  was the 2015 winner of the Martindale-Hubble Lawyers.com Client Distinction Award.  The award recognized Attorney Rovner, whose primary expertise is in real estate law ,for Excellence in the Marc Rovner awardfollowing four categories : Quality of Service, Overall Value, Responsiveness and Communication Ability.  The Award was based on Client Review Ratings through 2015.  Marc Rovner maintains his primary office in Oceanside, New York and is Senior Counsel for BETA Abstract LLC, a title insurance agency with offices in Oceanside, NewYork; Manhattan; Manalapan, New Jersey and Boca Raton, Florida.

Pay The Panda

Representatives for Pablo Sandoval are meeting with the brass of the San Francisco Giants today purportedly to discuss a five year contract in the neighborhood of $90 million.  Prior to Panda’s first at bat in the World Series Game 7 clincher, Pablo winked into the television camera while on the on deck circle.  His positive energy, clutch play and engaging clubhouse personality cannot be replaced  He has earned his big payday as well as his 3 World Series Rings!kfp48