Super Bowl Champions πŸ¦…

Sunday was a day of Dreams and Nightmares. Those of us who bleed Green have dreamt of this day for a very long time. Take a look at what being Champions of the World means to us at Juno....

Jesse Headman:
This is a day that we and our families have been looking forward to for forever! We are so excited and happy to celebrate our Philadelphia team! 

Jared Brookstein:
Philly winning the super bowl to me means that we no longer have to listen to the fans of our enemies say "how many rings have the eagles won?" comments. #gobirds

Patrick Masluk:
The Eagles winning the Super Bowl is probably the greatest thing this city has witnessed since those old guys wrote a little thing called the Declaration of Independence!! PHILLY PHILLY!!

Matthew Ryan:
I love seeing vast, diverse swathes of the city come together and celebrate something. It's a testament to this city that I love.

Dylan Foley:
Having moved from Ireland, Philly has become my home and the Eagles have become my home team. Beyond happy to be a part of the celebrations!

Tori Mitchell
The Eagles winning the super bowl means to me that hard work and trust always pays off and to never discount the underdog! #GOBIRDS

Jake Harris:
Jake could not be reached for comment.... (He's a Dallas fan)

Mikal C. Harden:
Never count out the underdog.

Samantha Schiff
On Sunday, we made history. The underdogs are officially on top. I’ve been waiting for this day my entire life. I can’t wait to march down broad street and bleed green forever. GO BIRDS!!!! 

Samantha Yanczak:
This Super Bowl win means the world to me - seeing the joy on my husband and father in laws face is priceless; this win seals the deal as to why we love this city as much as we do!

Vicki Sack:
I was 7 months pregnant with my son when the Birds were in their last Super Bowl. We obviously know how that turned out. My son is now 12 years old and just like my husband, is a die-hard Eagles fan.  They have been committed to their team through some very tough years.  It has been so much fun to watch them share this amazing and inspirational season together.  Cannot wait for us to cheer the Birds on together and celebrate on Broad Street on Thursday.

Sarah Herrmann:
I grew up in a family of die-hard Eagles fans so it’s hard to put into words what it means to me. Watching us win our first Super Bowl in my parents crowded Northeast Philly home will be a moment I remember for the rest of my life!

We will see you all on Broad Street on Thursday. Team Juno will be there celebrating and we hope to see you all too.


Dylan Foley