Tennessee Titans fans got a big surprise on Wednesday: Players delivered tickets to season ticket holders at their homes and businesses.
Chitika Gooch is a cook at the Pancake Pantry. She accepted season tickets on behalf of her company an posed for pictures.
“I can’t wait to go home and tell my family!” said Gooch.
She told News 2 she is a loyal fan and meeting the players in person has her hyped for the upcoming season.
“I hope we got the Super Bowl! I’m for that! It’s time for us to go to the Super Bowl,” exclaimed Gooch.
Titans players rode in limos to season ticket holders’ jobs and homes for the personal delivery.
The players said meeting the fans in person is a great experience for them as well.
“You get to see the faces of the people who show up to the game. It takes a special kind of fan to have season tickets, so to see those people and be able to surprise them and deliver their tickets, it’s a good experience,” said Brian Schwenke, a lineman for the team.
“This is my first time doing this, so I’m excited just to see all the people who support us and interact with some of the fans,” said Chance Warmack, a guard.
The first game is set for August 9 against the Green Bay Packers at LP Field. It will air on Nashville’s News 2 starting at 7 p.m.