No Matter what colors you will be wearing this Sunday, or maybe you are just going to show up for the half time show, we know that these players have accomplished something amazing! What’s it like for a Mom to see her son play on one of the biggest stages in football – Let’s find out!!
Meet Michelle RR396,
Riveter, Super Bowl Mom, VP of Merchandising for Team Riveter!
MS: I started working at R. Riveter, 6 months ago after 29 years working for Nordstrom.
We Moved to West Chester Ohio in August from Washington State to be closer to my oldest son Drew and his family. He plays Tight End for the Cincinnati Bengals. He played at the University of Washington and was drafted in the 2nd Round. I have two other children in college. Logan is a Junior at the University of Tennessee and Cal is a Freshman at Washington State University. We are a competitive family that loves sports, games, and the outdoors.
Q: What is it like to see your son on the biggest stage in football?
You always want your children to be happy and have success, so it was very rewarding to see him have success and be passionate about what he does and have so much pride in it.
It has been amazing to watch the season unfold and to get to share that with family and friends. They have exceeded everyone’s preseason expectations. We are proud of his on-field accomplishments; his work ethic, openness to listen and learn, and determination, but also the man he has become as son, father, brother and overall good person.
It has been a long road with lots of sacrifices, but it has been an amazing journey for our family. It would be incredible to finish with a Super Bowl victory.
Q: What’s it like for the whole family?
This has been our family vacations traveling around to watch him play for the last 7 years 😊 but we have been too many great places and enjoyed every bit of it!