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On Wednesday, the Kansas City Chiefs hosted their Super Bowl championship parade.
Despite having a large parade in 2020, the city came out in full force again, supporting their team with massive attendance for this event.
After the event, the Chiefs’ social media team released a video, capturing highlights from this historic event.
From the start to the finish, Chiefs Kingdom was with us every step of the way (𝙡𝙞𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙮) pic.twitter.com/7uuCclts9f
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 17, 2023
Chiefs fans were lined up throughout the entire parade route, from beginning to end.
The parade ended with speeches from Chiefs players and coaches, including a rallying cry from one of their leaders, Travis Kelce.
Kelce is known as one of the biggest partiers of the bunch, and he always seems to know what to say in front of a large crowd like the Chiefs had on Wednesday.
Patrick Mahomes, Super Bowl MVP, and league MVP, also seemed to have a great time during this parade.
Chiefs fans seemingly will cheer Mahomes on in every situation, evidenced by the loud cheers for him after he exited a portable toilet.
The Chiefs have a lot of energy and momentum heading into the 2023 season after this Super Bowl victory.
Mahomes, Andy Reid, and the organization have bred a winning culture that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
Will the Chiefs be able to repeat their success next year, winning the AFC West for the eighth-straight season, and making another deep playoff run?
They are early favorites to hoist the Lombardi next year.
With Mahomes under center for this team, anything is possible, especially if his ankle is fully healed.
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