KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Super Bowl may be over, but one Chiefs fan still has the chance to get a free trip to Tampa. There's just one catch.
The fan's identity is a mystery.
It's a golden ticket scenario.
LJ Govoni owns Big Storm Brewing in Florida and attended Sunday's Super Bowl LV game.
While in-person attendance was highly limited due to COVID-19, the stadium was filled with 30,000 cutouts of fans to make the stands feel more full.
Govoni was seated next to one of those cutouts, and that fake fan happened to root for the Chiefs.
According to Govoni, the cutout fan's real name is Frank, but that's all he knows about his game buddy.
The brewery owner took pictures with Frank, talked some smack with him and even bought him a beer. Now, he wants to meet the Chiefs fan in real life.
@nfl. Help me find my new friend “frank” this @Chiefs fan. Frank if u see this I want to fly you to Florida to have beers with w/ me at our brewery @BigStormBrewing. Come on @Twitter help me find “frank”. Cc: @JoeBucsFan @KCStar @prestonrudie @tropicalupdate @GreatBayDist #sbLV pic.twitter.com/7jJgXiMDUi
— LJ Govoni (@LJGovoni) February 7, 2021
Govoni wants to find Frank and fly him to Tampa and even buy him a Big Storm beer.
“It’s been a difficult year and football has, at times, provided us with an escape and a way to bring us together, no matter what team you’re cheering for,” the Buccaneers fan said in a release. “In a normal year, maybe Frank would have been at the Super Bowl in-person. So why not at least try and find him, offer him a free flight to Florida when he can come and show him some Tampa Bay hospitality. That will include Big Storm beer to drown his sorrows after the Bucs destroyed the Chiefs 31-9 in last night’s Super Bowl.”
Fake Frank was seated in section 232 on the Chiefs sideline of the stadium.