Locals Celebrate Super Bowl 49
Some Super Bowl Tickets Were Sold for Thousands
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Even though the Vikings or Packers did not make it to the Super Bowl this year locals still came out to cheer and see who would take home the trophy.
“We’ve done this for years and years with Grandma’s Sports Garden,” KQ Radio Personality Jason Manning said. “Yea they’re fantastic.”
With the deflate-gate and ‘I’m just here so I don’t get fined’ behind them more than 500 football fans packed Grandmas Sports Garden for KQ’s Super Bowl Party.
“We give away four packs of passes on the air, its invite only,” said Manning. “It’s an exclusive party for our listeners.”
With eyes glued to the 14-foot projection screen it was an array of emotions
watching the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks fight for the championship.
“It’s a big party, it’s a lot of fun,” said Danielle Norkunas.
“Go patriots,” said Grandma’s Sports Garden General Manager Matt Baumgartner.
“Seahawks,” said Norkunas. “The patriots are cheaters. Actually I like Russell Wilson. I think he’s a goodquarter back and he’s a badger,” said Norkunas.
There was an all you can eat buffet.
“Preparing all week with cooking pizzas, cooking pasta,” said Baumgartner.
Flowing beer and free prizes were also part of the fun.
“For us it’s one of our best most fun days of the year,” said Baumgartner.
The line for the Super Bowl party started to form at 11 a.m. and snaked around the restaurant.