Mauldin businessman shares Super Bowl experience from Cincinnati

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February 22, 2022 by Bob Gecy - Views: 275

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Mauldin businessman shares Super Bowl experience from Cincinnati

Whitney, Jeff and Kinsley
on the field during
season ticket holder event

Jeff Pence, the owner of the Magic Rooster Tattoo Shop in Mauldin is a true Bengals fan. Although the result was disappointing, the 26-

Downtown Cincinnati lit up in
Bengals Orange for the big game

23 loss to the Rams did not extinguish the pride Bengals fans felt for their team. Playing in the Super Bowl was quite an accomplishment for a team that won only 6 games in the last 3 years. 

"Being a Bengals fan is more than just pulling for a sports team, added Pence. It’s honor and pride for the area where I was born and raised. 

I was born into a Bengals household and have been going to games for years, even when the fans wore bags on their heads. My wife Whitney and I have gone to games that didn’t matter, just to be there and pull for our team. When the Bengals made it to the Super Bowl, we knew we needed to be with family, friends, and Cincinnatians for the game. We hope raising our young girls as Bengals fans will be as fun for them as it has been for us, along with building character when adversity comes. 

This super bowl game weekend was different in Cincinnati, the whole city was buzzing with excitement and disbelief that all these bad years are turning around. 

11AM hanging out at the Banks in
Cincinnati at the Holy Grail. Got
here at 8 AM to get a spot
in line to even get in.
This our bar room in our house we call
( The Natty ) we watch every game here.

We showed up at 8am and stood in 18 degree weather for hours (along with hundreds of fans) just to be able to watch the game in our favorite sports bar, The Holy Grail. Every time the bar played a song that is a stadium favorite, such as Welcome To the Jungle, the place went wild. The bar was featured on the Super Bowl broadcast, which made the place go even more wild. 

The Bengals players are likable and their styles have taken over the city, from Joe Burrow’s Cartier glasses to Ja’Marr Chase doing the Griddy. 

The outcome of the game was not what we were hoping for, but we are proud of this team and their accomplishments, including Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and AFC Champions. 

We are here to stay and we can’t wait for next season."…



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