Those living the mobile life at the Super Bowl, you’re in luck.
Chicago-based tech company Power Tower is partnering with McDonald’s to provide free mobile device charging stations at five Manhattan locations in the days leading up to the big game. The Super Bowl is at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., this year, and the New York metropolitan area is awash in football festivities.
The charging locations will be only blocks away from the NFL-sponsored Super Bowl Boulevard Engineered by GMC. Ten blocks of Times Square and parts of Broadway will be closed off to offer fans the ultimate football experience.
Now, you’ll have the means to power up the smartphone to document all the fun.
Power Tower markets and manufactures state of the art power charging stations and kiosks compatible with nearly all mobile devices, including iPhones and Blackberry and Android devices. Each station has the ability to charge up to 18 devices at once.
Here’s the company talking about it.
The charging stations will be at the following McDonald’s restaurants from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1:
- 341 5th Ave.
- 490 8th Ave.
- 556 7th Ave.
- 220 West 42nd St.
- 1560 Broadway