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What’s on JT’s bucket list?

Published on 23 Aug 2019

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When JTAcademy Managing Director, Johnathan Thurston, got a call from Major Events Company (MEC) earlier this year he knew he was in for a treat. Something exciting always happens when JT’s phone rings and this time was no different, with MEC offering JT the opportunity to achieve one big tick on his bucket list. A three day trip to the NFL Super Bowl in Miami in 2020.

“I’ve been able to do some amazing things in my life and 2019 has certainly been a time of big achievements, with a new addition to my family and some really great projects happening at the JTAcademy” Thurston said.

“I’m always telling the kids I meet to dream big and follow their passions, because with enough effort and self-belief they can achieve anything.”

Now JT gets the chance to fulfil one of his own dreams by travelling with MEC, and a select few lucky ticket holders, to host a three day NFL Super Bowl extravaganza. It’s the biggest event on the US sporting calendar and some of the hardest tickets in the world to access.

MEC is laying on an exclusive tour that would tick every box of even the most ardent sports fan. Throughout the trip there are a variety of pre-game activities, concerts, celebrity events, memorabilia and a welcome dinner hosted by JT.

“The Super Bowl definitely has a wow factor and I can’t wait to kick off 2020 by ticking this awesome event off my bucket list alongside the group of MEC Miami tour sports fans.” Thurston said.

Thurston will be hosting the three day exclusive private tour which promises to be the trip of a lifetime.

To find out more and to join JT in ticking the 2020 NFL Super Bowl off your bucket list visit MEC here.








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