01 Feb Council President Wesson Makes Super Bowl Wager with Boston City Council President
Los Angeles, Boston City Council Presidents Make Friendly Wager on Super Bowl LIII
LOS ANGELES, CA – Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell and Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson have announced the terms of a friendly wager on the outcome of Sunday’s Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams.
Campbell has offered up a shaving kit from Gillette, Phillips chocolates, and Dunkin Donuts coffee, while Wesson has wagered a box of See’s Candies, a bag of Coffee Bean Coffee, and a bottle of wine from San Antonio Winery. Campbell and Wesson have also agreed that the Council President of the losing team’s city will don a jersey of the winning team at the first Council Meeting or public appearance following the game.
“Prevailing winds blow from west to east, and I have a feeling it’s the west that will prevail this Sunday,” said Wesson. “I’m looking forward to seeing Ms. Campbell sport Rams gold and blue after they bring it home on Sunday. It’s redemption time for the City of Los Angeles.”
Campbell said, “The stakes couldn’t be higher for Sunday’s Super Bowl. While we’re all still on top of the world from the World Series victory over the Dodgers, it’s time for another big win – against LA again. We’re so proud of our Patriots, and we’re ready to remind the Rams that no matter where they’re from – LA or St. Louis – they’re no match for New England.”
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