Kansas City, Mo. – On Wednesday, February 5, 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs held a parade and rally. Some of the Chiefs players, owners, and workers spoke at the rally. Kansas City’s Mayor Quinton Lucas and Missouri’s Governor Michael Parson also spoke. Some fans arrived at 7:00 in the morning to get a place and wait for the Chiefs to arrive. There were 17 double-decker buses with Chiefs workers, cheerleaders, and players in them. The Lombardi Trophy was passed from bus to bus throughout the parade. Even some of the players like Tyrann Mathieu, Mecole Hardman, Damien Williams, and Kendall Fuller, to name some, were seen walking along the parade route, high fiving Chiefs fans as they went.
Governor Michael Parson and First Lady Teresa Parson participated in the Chiefs Champions Parade and Rally. They were seen wearing Chiefs colors and waving to fans along the parade route. Governor Parson said after the parade and rally, “It was truly an incredible experience to attend the Super Bowl and watch our Kansas City Chiefs bring the title back home to Missouri. The Chiefs Kingdom has waited for this day for 50 years, and Teresa and I were honored to be part of it – not just as Governor and First Lady of Missouri, but as longtime fans and season ticket holders. Throughout this season and three hard-fought playoff games, the Chiefs never gave up. They battled through adversity in true Show-Me spirit, and they have made us all proud. Congratulations to Super Bowl LIV Champions – our Kansas City Chiefs!” 
Governor Parson also signed a proclamation praising the Chiefs for their successful season and status as Super Bowl LIV champions.
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas
Kansas City’s Mayor Quinton Lucas also spoke at the Chiefs Rally. Mayor Lucas is a life-long Chiefs fan. He said that he was excited to be a part of the Chiefs victory parade. On the parade route, he got out of his ride and started walking and waving a Chiefs flag, getting the people rallied.
Speakers for Chiefs Rally
There were multiple Chiefs players and workers that spoke at the rally. To name a few people who spoke, there was owner Clark Hunt, the voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus, head coach Andy Reid, general manager Brett Veach, quarterback Patrick Mahomes, safety Tyrann Mathieu, and tight end Travis Kelce, to name just a few. After they spoke, the celebrating started going a lot more. The Chiefs Rumble and Chiefs cheerleaders also came onto the stage and performed.