Army Veteran Going to Super Bowl Thanks to NY Quarterback Who Came up Short
Buffalo Bills fans are still not over the heartbreaking loss that ended their beloved team's season, but that hasn't stopped their awesome quarterback Josh Allen from continuing to be a class act. Even though he's not going to the Super Bowl, another hero is, thanks to him.
Who is Josh Allen Taking to the Super Bowl?
His name is Cory Geisler and he lives in Wisconsin. He served our country in the United States Army for seven years from 2005 until 2012 and became a staff sergeant. He did tours in South Korea and Iraq. He is now a State Commander in Wisconsin for the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). Josh Allen has worked closely with the USAA and the VFW.
Is Josh Allen Going to the Super Bowl?
Yes, Josh Allen will be attending Super Bowl 56 but not the way he or any of Bills Mafia wanted him to. He will be meeting Cory Geisler in Los Angeles at the big game along with other military members being honored as part of the USAA's Salute to Service according to WHAM.com.
Here's What Buffalo Bills Quarterback Josh Allen Said About Geisler:
Giving up a successful career to serve our country and enlist in the U.S. Army is incredibly admirable. I’m excited to team up with USAA and the VFW to send Staff Sergeant Cory Geisler to the Super Bowl in Los Angeles where I can’t wait to shake his hand and thank him for his service.
Cory Geisler is not a Buffalo Bills fan. He is actually a fan of the Chicago Bears. He will be taking his wife Beth to the Super Bowl. They have been married for 17 years.