Chiefs party bus en route to Denver promises fun road trip
6:10 PM, Nov 14, 2013
6:49 PM, Nov 14, 2013
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two best friends and business partners are ready for what they're calling the road trip of a lifetime.
Robert Galicia and Roy Scott are co-owners of the Red Machine Party Bus. After one post on Facebook, the two friends had 15 passengers and a full bus that will leave on Saturday for Denver to tailgate in the Mile High City. The bus has a disco ball, flat-screen televisions, surround sound and a horn.
"When we cross into Denver, they're going to know we're there because we're going to flash our lights and honk the horn," Scott said.
"We're going to have a great time, playing games, eating, watching movies and just having fun," said Galicia.
The bus is in the traditional Chiefs red, gold and black and the two friends even created a video called the Tomahawk Chop.
The party bus has a lift that comes in handy for loading and unloading the grill and the keg.
The bus will arrive in Denver on Saturday night and early Sunday morning it will be at the Chiefs' tailgate location at Santo's Muffler Shop 1940 Federal Avenue in Denver.
An ESPN Magazine reporter will also be on the party bus covering the play-by-play action of all the fun.