New Jersey governor Chris Christie has been walking around acting like he will be king of a governor’s suite when Super Bowl XLVIII comes to his state in February of 2014. Christie has claimed that he will be able to invite two-dozen close family and friends to enjoy the biggest game in football with him in the luxury of their own private box, but it appears that he has jumped the gone and doesn’t know exactly how things will work.
As it turns out, there will be no governor’s box at the Super Bowl and Christie will not get to bring his entourage with him to enjoy the big game. Poor fella.
“The governor does not have a suite for the Super Bowl,” spokesman Michael Drewniak said when asked about the governor’s suite, via The Star-Ledger. “But he is the governor of New Jersey and a huge sports and NFL fan. I think it’s safe to say that come hell or high water, he’ll be in MetLife Stadium somewhere on game day.”
I’m sure if the Dallas Cowboys find a way to make the Super Bowl that Christie’s good ole pal Jerry Jones can find a way to get him a good seat in the house, but Christie won’t have the same honor that he usually has on gameday.
Someone should probably inform Christie about the Super Bowl change before he goes promising trips to New Jersey for his family and friends.