COMMISSIONER ROGER GOODELL & LAS VEGAS SUPER BOWL LVIII HOST COMMITTEE SURPRISE SUPER BENJI WITH TICKETS TO SUPER BOWL LVIII THROUGH #SUPERBOWLSURPRISE PROGRAM
The National Football League, in collaboration with theLas Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee and Commissioner Roger Goodell, gifted local cancer patient, Benji and his family with five tickets to Super Bowl LVIII
The NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell, with support from the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee, surprised local cancer patient Benji Sanchez and his family with five tickets to Super Bowl LVIII at an NFL Green tree planting event at Silver Mesa Senior Center and Recreation Center in North Las Vegas.
Nine-year-old Benji was diagnosed with a brain tumor as a baby and underwent extensive surgery. He was diagnosed with both brain and thyroid cancer and has finally reached remission, despite the cancer returning. He has continued his courageous fight and serves as an inspiration to his family and friends. His family shares updates through his Facebook page, “Team Super Benji”, which can be found here.
Benji and his family were honored at yesterday’s NFL Green event at Silver Mesa Recreation Center, where Commissioner Goodell presented him with five tickets to Super Bowl LVIII in honor of the courageous battle that Benji continues to fight. Members of the American Cancer Society, a dedicated support of Benji’s cancer fights, also attended the surprise giveaway moment to support Benji and his family.
The National Football League’s Super Bowl Ticket Giveaway Program, #SuperBowlSurprise, thanks the league’s most passionate and dedicated fans by offering tickets to the NFL’s biggest event of the season, the Super Bowl. In its seventh year, the program has provided thousands of fans with the opportunity to attend the league’s biggest event of the season, while also highlighting their dedication to their local communities and clubs.
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