NFL On Location guests were treated to an exciting weekend during the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando, featuring NFL legends, pre-game parties and on-field experiences.
The weekend kicked off with the Pro Bowl Experience at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports on Saturday, where guests found themselves up close and personal to the skills challenges and flag football games. They finished off the day by posing with the Pro Bowl Trophy before heading back to the Hilton Bonnet Creek through exclusive transportation provided by On Location.
Sunday’s festivities started early for the guests, who arrived at Disney Springs’ Planet Hollywood at 10 a.m. for an incredible tailgate party. The party attendees were immediately welcomed with a variety of beverages before heading into the main space where three floors of amazing brunch options were waiting for them. As the guests dined, a high-energy DJ kept the party going, while an outdoor patio was available to show off beautiful views of the Disney Springs property.
Toward the end of the tailgate, two surprise special guests made an appearance to the delight of the guests. Darrell Green, a former Washington Redskins cornerback and Hall of Famer, made his way to the front of the event, followed closely by Bruce Smith, former Buffalo Bills defensive end and Hall of Famer. The two NFL legends welcomed the guests and answered questions from the small crowd before posing for photos and signing autographs for almost every single party attendee.
From there the On Locations guests were transported to Camping World Stadium to continue the fun on a truly beautiful and sunny Florida day. VIP’s were treated to over two hours of on-field access during warm-ups, where they had the chance to interact with players like Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts and Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith. Even Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll visited with the fans before leading his NFC team.
The AFC squad got the 38-33 victory over the NFC All-Pros in the game. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson earned offensive MVP honors, while Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell was named defensive MVP.
On Location guests were provided with endless hospitality during the fun-filled 2020 Pro Bowl weekend. We look forward to planning many more once-in-a-lifetime experiences for our NFL fans!