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‘Hometown’ on display for all 32 NFL teams leading up to the Super Bowl

Bucs fans can visit “The Captain’s Quarters” in Miami

NFL: OCT 01 Giants at Buccaneers Photo by Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Just because the Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t in the Super Bowl this year doesn’t mean there isn’t something in Miami for fans to go see.

As a presenting sponsor of the NFL’s Super Bowl Experience this year, Lowe’s is setting up a, “first of its kind interactive NFL-themed neighborhood featuring custom built dwellings representing all 32 NFL teams.”

For Buccaneers fans, they can visit the team dwelling titled, “The Captain’s Quarters”, which includes a scaled down version of the famous pirate ship docked at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

Image Provided by Lowe’s

Of course, Bucs fans will be free to visit the other 31 dwellings as well, as Lowe’s is launching these as part of their Super Bowl “Bring It Home” campaign.

In a press release, Lowe’s executive vice president of merchandising said,

“Just as the two teams in the Super Bowl will be looking to bring home a championship, Lowe’s is stepping up its game and helping fans bring the NFL experience to homes across the country. Fans can find inspiration from their team’s ‘dwelling’ at Super Bowl Experience in Miami as well as shop more than 10,000 NFL-branded products, appliances and grills at Lowe’s to create updated spaces for the ultimate Super Bowl parties.”

Lowe’s isn’t just bringin elaborate displays and advertisements to Miami though. They’re also partnering with Rebuilding Together and more than 200 local volunteers to provide nine Miami families in the West Coconut Grove neighborhood some much needed critical home repairs.

Fans wanting to see what Lowe’s has put together can attend the Super Bowl Experience from 25-26 January and from 29 January - 01 February at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

If you do, make sure you share pictures with Bucs Nation on Twitter!