Governor Parson to Host Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl LVII Lombardi Trophy at Missouri State Capitol
Two-Day Public Viewing Event to be Held June 27 - 28
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Governor Mike Parson announced that he will host a public viewing of the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl LVII Lombardi Trophy at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. The event will take place June 27 - 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day as part of the team's "Chiefs Champions Tour."
"As the 57th Governor, I'm excited to host the Super Bowl 57 Lombardi Trophy that our Kansas City Chiefs brought home to Missouri here at the Capitol," Governor Parson said. "We're proud to open this event to Chiefs' fans across the state to provide an additional opportunity to celebrate our Kansas City Chiefs and share in their Super Bowl victory. We appreciate the Chiefs for helping organize this event and look forward to welcoming members of Chiefs Kingdom to Jefferson City."
The Lombardi Trophy will be displayed in the State Capitol Rotunda (1st floor) in a custom GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium backdrop.
The event is free and open to the public. Visitors will need to enter the Capitol through the main security entrance (south side) where they will then follow verbal and posted directions to the trophy viewing area. Attendees will have a photo opportunity with the trophy and state staff members will be present to assist.
“We are thrilled to announce our Chiefs Champions Tour this summer,” Chiefs President Mark Donovan said. “With a global pandemic in 2020, we were not able to celebrate properly with Chiefs Kingdom after our Super Bowl LIV victory, so this tour has been something we have been looking forward to for the past couple of years. We are proud of the team here that helped put together this summer-long trip that invites the Kingdom to celebrate with us.”
To continue celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LVII victory, the Chiefs have announced the Chiefs Champions Tour, a mobile brand experience that brings the Chiefs to communities throughout the club’s six-state “home” region. This marks the first time in franchise history that the Chiefs have hosted a tour that invites members of Chiefs Kingdom to celebrate one of the club’s Super Bowl victories.
Please check Chiefs.com/championstour regularly to see additional Chiefs Champions Tour stops as they get added.
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