Jerry Richardson is everyone’s new favorite boss.
From interns to executives, the Panthers owner is taking every full-time employee and a guest of their choice to Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7 when Carolina plays Denver in San Francisco, Panthers president Danny Morrison revealed Monday.
.@Panthers president Danny Morrison said team owner Jerry Richardson is taking every employee from interns up to Super Bowl 50 @SiriusXMNNFL
— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 26, 2016
According to The Washington Post, Richardson also footed the bill for more than 550 employees and their guests to go to Houston in 2004 to watch the Panthers play the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII. He provided airline tickets, hotel rooms, access to team parties, a trip to NASA and tickets to the game against New England.
The Panthers finished the regular season with an NFL-best record of 15-1 before defeating Seattle and Arizona to win the NFC championship and advance to Super Bowl 50.
Clearly, Richardson wants karma on his side when the Panthers attempt to hoist the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in franchise history.
Source: Sporting News | Kirstie Chiappelli