City raffles off Chiefs parade banners for COVID relief

Kansas City Chiefs fans have the opportunity to hang a piece of Superbowl history in their homes as the City raffles off banners that hung along the championship parade route last February.

At $5 per ticket, 43 original banners will be raffled off with a portion of proceeds going to COVID relief in Kansas City, Mo.

The banners, which hung from light posts along the parade route downtown, are 30 by 72 inches and read “Home Sweet Home.”

Tickets will be sold now through 3 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14. Tickets can be purchased here.

Winners will be notified on Thursday, Jan. 14 after 4 p.m., and banners can be picked up starting Friday, Jan. 15, just in time for this year’s playoffs.

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