The Super Bowl is one of America's largest sporting events, and also one of the largest sex-trafficking events. Thousands of girls, many under-aged, will be brought to Indiana for the game on Feb. 5, 2012. Theresa Flores, founder of Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution (S.O.A.P) says that major sporting events like the Super Bowl generally have more men in attendance who are visiting from a different city, and often do things they wouldn't normally do at home. This creates a demand that "traffickers and pimps are there willing and waiting to supply," she said. Because of this, about 150 volunteers for S.O.A.P. are heading to Indiana before the event to pass out soap at Indianapolis motels. The group travels to high demand sports events that bring in lots of people (mostly men) to an area, such as Super Bowls, PGA tournaments, Kentucky Derby, Basketball playoffs, Indy 500, World Series, Hall of Fame week, etc.