Skip to comments.Giants' Super Bowl XLVI rally to be held Tuesday afternoon at MetLife Stadium
Posted on 02/06/2012 1:25:38 PM PST by SMGFan
The Giants will celebrate their Super Bowl XLVI victory in New Jersey Tuesday. After a ticker-tape parade along the Canyon of Heroes in Lower Manhattan beginning Tuesday at 11 a.m., the Giants will return to the Meadowlands' MetLife Stadium for a rally beginning at 3 p.m.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the rally at MetLife Stadium in a tweet today, saying "All Giants fans in NJ should be there of [sic] you can." Details still have not emerged, however, as to whether those hoping to attend the rally will need to acquire tickets.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar remains scheduled!
Sweet! Go ELI!
Sarah can stay. :)
Hope it BLIZZARDS AND has a WICKED Nor’Easter! I HATE Roger Goodall!
But then you'd need a president & governor that loved and respeceted those that wear the uniform.
But then you'd need a president & governor that loved and respected those that wear the uniform.
Watched a very good ball game last night.
Since we have discovered how to count 1,2,3 instead of I, II, III, I wondered why we use Roman numerals for this game.
It was a good ballgame and I even enjoyed the halftime show.
The singing of America the Beautiful was enjoyable. And surprisingly considering past performances, the singing of the National Anthem was fine.
>> Eli and The Giants are not the only ‘team’ deserving a ticker-tape parade along the Canyon of Heroes in Lower Manhattan.
Football gets worship; our brave troops get squat.
FU Michael Bloomberg
When’s the rally for our returning troops?
You would have had to have gone to St. Louis for that one. Mayor Bloomberg doesn't want to be bothered with it.
And I think we FReepers need to expose that hienous double-standard.
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