Friday, December 25, 2009

Kathy Scott wants your vote as NFL top fan

Hailey woman is “fandemonium” finalist

Hailey's Kathy Scott has been to the Big Apple. Now she wants your vote so she can become the country's "director of fandemonium" in the contest.

"I am in this to win it," she said.

From more than 200,000 entries, the contest boiled down to a final field of 32. As the representative of the New Orleans Saints, Scott then became one of eight finalists.

Scott received free round-trip air transportation and was flown to New York City in mid December for the interview process. She also received hotel accommodations and $300 in spending money on the trip.

Just imagine the things Scott had to do as part of the Big Apple trip.

In front of a camera crew, she had to get a random group of people to do the wave, kick a football in Central Park, throw a pass to someone in a cab, do a cheer on the subway, referee traffic and throw a flag, and do her favorite touchdown dance.

She said about the prescribed list of tasks, "I got on the wrong subway and ended up at the Brooklyn Bridge instead of Central Park. When I did the cheer on the subway, there was absolutely no reaction. But I found most New Yorkers to be very nice."

The winner will be announced live, on-air during the pre-game show for Super Bowl XLIV. The winner will receive $100,000, to be distributed in four installments over a year. The runner-up prize is $10,000, paid in one installment.

Currently, Scott is in second place. You can vote for her at The limit is one vote per day, per person. Each time you vote, you are entered in a separate contest to win a trip to Super Bowl XLIV.

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