Super Bowl losers always have a tough time making it back to the big game and it seems the Kansas City Chiefs would rather focus on battling climate change than the running game of their opponents.
To wit . . .
CHECK THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WORKING TO SAVE THE EARTH FROM TAILGATING FANS!!!
It's a noble effort that might or might not put off the end of the planet in less than 12 years.
"We've made it a long-term goal to become a more environmentally conscious organization, and while significant change doesn't just happen overnight, we've made countless strides in our recycling and sustainability efforts over the years," said Chiefs President Mark Donovan. "Often times, this work goes unheralded and unnoticed because so much of it happens behind the scenes, but it's important to recognize our stadium operations team, our stadium services team and our community allies who make our facilities and our tailgating atmosphere as environmentally friendly as possible."
I guess saving the planet might be more important that winning another Super Bowl.
But probably not.
Here's a peek at the effort which attempt to sell environmentalism to fans who eat hamburgers and hot dogs by the pound then wash it all down with endless streams of craft beer. Far be it from TKC to stereotype but these folks seem gleefully unconcerned with anything even remotely connected to sustainability . . .
Even better . . . Here's statistical proof that Patrick Mahomes is haunted by the ghost of the-very-much-alive Todd Blackledge.
The "Extra Yard for the Environment" Program Has Made the Chiefs' Conservation Efforts Championship-Caliber
From energy efficiency to waste diversion, the Chiefs have made our environment a priority A game day at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium is unmatched in sports, from the tailgating atmosphere in the parking lots to the energy inside the building's walls.
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by: Makenzie Koch Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two local celebrities will be cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs in person this Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. Signer-songwriter and Leavenworth native Melissa Etheridge will perform the national anthem before the Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Chargers.
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