It started out like any other work day for Alfonso Garcia. He was at his job as a facility employee at LA Memorial Coliseum when he was called into his big boss’s office, which he admits made him a little nervous, but that didn’t last long. Garcia, a team custodian for the Los Angeles Rams, was surprised with the gift of a lifetime when the team presented him with tickets to the Super Bowl.
Rams’ wide receiver Brandin Cooks was there to hand over the tickets for both Garcia and his son, Joshua, to go see them play in the big game. The team tweeted that “it takes a team to achieve the dream” and that Garcia “keeps our facility in tip-top shape.”
Garcia says this is a dream come true for him and his son. "From the bottom of my heart thank you, I love you guys," Garcia tells the Rams. "To have this and be with you guys in something so special like this. Wow, from the bottom of my heart, I thank you. Everybody."
Source: CBS News