Before he takes on the Kansas City Chiefs with a Super Bowl championship on the line, George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers decided to do something special for the family of fallen Army sergeant Martin “Mick” LaMar.
He’s providing LaMar’s surviving family with a pair of tickets to Super Bowl LIV in Miami, which, mind you, are starting at about US$5,000 on the resale market. It’s great to see Kittle come through to give this kind of experience to the LaMar family.
Kittle has partnered with two organizations, USAA and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, that support the military community and their families. These programs have also worked with other players from around the league to get other members of the military and their families to this year’s Super Bowl, including Christian McCaffrey and Von Miller.