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KC Wolf

Kansas City Chief's Mascot
Introduced in 1989 * Nicknamed the 'Grand daddy" of NFL mascots * Named as one of the most recognizable mascots in sports * Attempted to jump on motorcycle 5 Broncos fans but failed and crushed them all (not really). * Has an average of 350-400 appearances per year for the past 13 years * Averages 100-125 Motivational Programs each year at schools, churches, business/birthday parties, and even homes

KC Wolf may be big with his 85 inch hips, but bad… not a chance. Everyone loves this wolf, including Little Red Riding Hood. Since his introduction to Kansas City Chiefs fans in 1989, KC Wolf has quickly become one of the most entertaining mascots in professional sports. Whether he's dancing, imitating Elvis, or performing one of his hilarious routines, audiences everywhere are guaranteed lots of laughs and smiles. KC Wolf brings energy and enthusiasm to sports competitions, charity events, parties, conventions, or any event that brings people together for fun and excitement. KC Wolf has entertained fans of all ages with appearances at major and minor league ballparks throughout the United States and around the world. From Japan to Germany, Mexico to Missouri, KC Wolf has become a popular attraction year after year at sporting events, community activities, conventions, grand openings, parades, and numerous other events. KC Wolf has averaged 350-400 appearances per year for the past 13 years.

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