[INFOGRAPHIC] Super Bowl of Manufacturing: Wash. vs. Mass.

Super Bowl XLIX takes place Sunday between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, but you probably knew that already. Last year's blowout victory for the Seahawks over the Denver Broncos was the biggest television event to ever air in the U.S. with an average audience of -- making three of the last four Super Bowls the new ratings record holder. Some of those viewers tried to take the day a step further by launching an unsuccessful campaign to make the Monday after a . With this year's match expected to become the new ratings ruler, advertisers are paying around for just a 30-second ad this year. The teams' states make for interesting comparisons off the field. New England, especially Massachusetts, has a long history of manufacturing that has evolved from clothing and shoes to electronics and chemical products -- with good wages to show for it. Washington has a storied legacy of innovation in transportation (Boeing ()), food (Starbucks ()) and technology (Amazon () and Microsoft ()). The states' gains charted below are helping Americans win off the field. As you know by now, we love bringing you interesting infographics and information around manufacturing. Well, with the big game coming this Sunday, the below infographic just seemed like the perfect Friday treat! I hope you enjoy!

Super Bowl of Manufacturing Infographic

Super bowl of manufacturing
Adam Robinson
Adam Robinson oversees the overall marketing strategy for Thomasholmes including website development, social media and content marketing, trade show marketing, email campaigns, and webinar marketing. Mr. Robinson works with the business development department to create messaging that attracts the right decision makers, gaining inbound leads and increasing brand awareness all while shortening sales cycles, the time it takes to gain sales appointments and set proper sales and execution expectations.
Adam Robinson

Adam Robinson

Adam Robinson

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