Bright Horizons to Provide Child Care for New Orleans Saints at Super Bowl XLIV

[WATERTOWN, Mass., -- February 5, 2010] Bright Horizons Family Solutions, the world’s leading provider of employer-sponsored child care, early education, and work/life solutions, today announced that it will provide child care services for the New Orleans Saints during Super Bowl week in Miami.

Bright Horizons has provided child care for Saints players, coaches and employees during home games for the past three seasons. With the incredible season the Saints have had this year, they asked Bright Horizons to facilitate child care for Saints families as they face off at the Super Bowl, a first in the forty-three year history of the organization.

“Bright Horizons is honored to support the child care needs of the New Orleans Saints during this very exciting time for both the organization and members of their families,” said Bright Horizons Chief Executive Officer David Lissy. “We have always been proud of our ability to meet the needs of organizations with unique child care needs and providing care for the Saints during the Super Bowl is certainly no exception.”

Care will be available to players, coaches and staff during Super Bowl week provided by Bright Horizons teachers from New Orleans who made the journey to Miami with the Saints as well as Bright Horizons teachers based in Miami.

“We are so excited for our New Orleans teachers who have truly become a part of the Saints team, caring for their children throughout such an exciting season,” said Bright Horizons President and Chief Operating Officer Mary Ann Tocio. “Bright Horizons is proud to be playing a valuable role for the team, its families and the City of New Orleans.”