Union Station will be displaying a new sign this weekend from Alpha-Lit “LONG LIV THE CHAMPS”. This weekend is also the last chance to see the Super Bowl banners, exterior banners, and special lighting.
There will also be a meet and greet and poster signing with Mitchell Schwartz from 10:15 AM till Noon on Saturday. Tickets are $25 and include a “Sea of Red” poster. You must purchase the tickets in person at Union Station. They only made 140 tickets available and are most likely sold out. I’d check before hand if you’re planning on going down.
Not so long ago, there was a tweet that mentioned the fact that Pat Mahomes had thrown 36% of Troy Aikman’s career touchdowns in 8% of the games. Troy got salty. Mahomes won the Super Bowl and the rest is history. I’m pretty sure this kind of stuff is why the internet was invented.
Who can forget the epic moment when Paul Rudd said on national television that there was a “kegger at his mom’s house”. It’s a part of Kansas City sports lore that will never be forgotten. Charlie Hustle and Paul Rudd have teamed up to offer a limited run of T-shirts to benefit Big Slick and Children’s Mercy. The shirt goes for $50 and each shirt sold will send $25 directly to Children’s Mercy.
It’s official! The Kansas City Chiefs are world champions! The people from Alpha Lit Marquee have another sign up in Union Station to celebrate. Union Station is open regular hours today until Midnight. The championship banner is up on the outside of the building and the Chiefs sign in Grand Hall is still available. Updates on the hours for Tues and Wed are coming soon.
The radio home of the Chiefs, 101 The FOX will be re-broadcasting the first Chiefs Super Bowl win from 1969 on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. The broadcast will be heard in it’s original form with commercials and all. When was the last time you heard a Schlitz beer or cigarette commercial?
On another note, if you are like most Kansas City fans and don’t want to hear Joe (I love Bumgarner) Buck during the game on Sunday night you can always mute the TV and listen to Mitch Holthus call the game on The FOX. TOUCHDOWN KAN—SAS—CITY!!!!