Chefs looking for their Fan of the Year for 2021
If you’re a draft junkie, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed the person who announced the Chiefs’ fifth round selection on May 1.
It was Chiefs fan Roger McCush, who was the team’s “2020 Fan of the Year”, selected as part of the NFL contest for all 32 franchises. Once each team has a nominee, the league chooses one person as the NFL Fan of the Year. Last year, it was Tennessee Titans fan Brandon Galloway.
The NFL said it launched the contest “to spotlight amazing fans who have been a rallying force for their family, friends and / or community and who inspire others with their love of football.”
The Chiefs are now looking for their 2021 Fan of the Year.
“We are looking for a subscription member who lives and breathes football, but who also exemplifies the four organizational pillars of chefs: winning with character, uniting our community, inspiring our fans and honoring tradition,” the chefs wrote on their website. .
“The Chiefs nominee will embody these values in their day-to-day lives while being a positive, unifying force that inspires those around them, truly demonstrating what it means to be a champion on and off the pitch. “
The contest ends September 20 and the rules and how to enter can be found here. Fans will be required to answer two essay questions and submit a photo or video showing why they should be selected.
The Chiefs Fan of the Year will be announced in October.
The winner will receive a once-in-a-lifetime experience (like the announcement of an NFL Draft pick) and a chance to attend the Super Bowl, the Chiefs said.