“Thank you!” – from Tiffany P.

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A thank you message from a deserving young lady:

Thank you for the 49er tickets.  My family loves the 49ers even though they have been losing.

I had never been to a game because my parents said it costs too much and there’s too many of us to afford to go. My dad works a lot so I never get to see him much and he knows more about football than anybody else in my family. So I’m so glad that I made the choice to pick him to go with me to the game because it was a blast. It was one of the best days of my life because I got to go to a football game for the first time and spend time with my dad. I couldn’t believe I got to go to a real game and with my dad!

Thank you again for the tickets. I will never forget this special day.

Tiffany P.

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This time of year is exciting for the Faithful. We are ready to bring on new, fresh talent. Our hopes are high for a winning season. This year in particular is electrifying because of all of the changes in the front office. “Brick by brick” as they say.   I cannot wait for the regular season to start!

But allow me a few sentences to just whine a bit. By the time this newsletter is posted, we will know who is on our team. The elite 53 who will carry us a Superbowl! But who are they? Each summer, I invest time getting to know our new players and learning their numbers. It’s usually not an overwhelming amount of time because there’s a stable number of veterans that I’ve already studied and committed to memory. But this summer? My gosh! I’m unable to keep up! I feel like I have to get to know the whole entire team – and don’t even get me started on the coaching staff. When they released Ahmad Brooks, I couldn’t believe it. Are we going to have a new #55? Ugh, and the recirculated jersey numbers during preseason make me crazy. Controversy aside, can you even handle seeing a #7 out there that’s not Kaep? I.just.can’t. And stay away from #74, I don’t want to hear it. Let’s just keep him on the team or I will lose my mind.

Ok, that was more than a few sentences, but I really needed to vent. I know there are many reading this thinking “Change is good. We need change. A younger team, blah blah blah”. I agree with you but geesh, I’m glad there’s not a quiz on our new team.

More than anything, I remain hopeful. I am excited for our reinvented team, seeing the “brick by brick” philosophy come to life. Thanks for listening. Go 49ers!!

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