KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs announced Tuesday a series of plans throughout the rest of the year to help commemorate the team’s 50th season in Kansas City.
Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt made the announcement at Union Station.
“Over the last five decades, we have been honored to call Kansas City the home of the Chiefs and in celebration of our 50th year in Kansas City, we want to say ‘thank you’ to the best fans in the NFL,” Hunt said.
Among the activities:
- All Chiefs season ticket account holders will receive one personalized Chiefs jersey
- In June, Chiefs players, coaches and staff will tour a number of cities across the region to allow fans to take photos, sign autographs and see the Super Bowl IV trophy.
- The team will honor 50 Kansas Citians throughout the year for special achievements.
- A special art exhibit at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art celebrating 50 years.
For a complete list of special events, visit www.kcchiefs.com .
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