Class of 2020

These superfans represent the best of what pro football fans can be.

Ford Hall of Fans

Rob Garner
Rob Garner
  • Season ticket holder for 10 years.
  • Firefighter for the city of Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • Game-day outfit consists of full firefighter gear, including custom Broncos suspenders and helmet.
  • Owns a 1976 Ford fire engine painted entirely in Bronco Orange.
  • Drives the engine to every home game and hosts a mega tailgate party where all fans are welcome.
  • Also drives the engine to fundraisers for charity events, including those for Children's Hospital, the Denver Rescue Mission and the Ronald McDonald House.
  • "I believe in promoting fellowship among fans, good sportsmanship and charitable acts."
Janel Carbajo
Janel Carbajo
  • Season ticket holder for 31 years.
  • "Puppet Lady" nickname comes from the props she brings to every game: two punching hand puppets, with her right hand dressed in a Chiefs uniform and her left hand adorned with the uniform of the opponent.
  • Retired schoolteacher who thrilled students with her frequent appearances on camera during Chiefs TV broadcasts.
  • Volunteers for, which provides free dental care to underserved children.
  • Sings with her worship team at Grace Community Church.
  • Member of the Festival Choral Society.
  • "Watching games on Sunday together as a family was a ritual I looked forward to every week. That has continued to be a family tradition of ours."
Keith Kunzig
Keith Kunzig
  • Season ticket holder for over 30 years.
  • "Big Nasty” character comes to life with full face paint, patched-out jersey, giant Super Bowl trophy belt and the loudest voice in the stadium.
  • Created the national “Drugs Are Nasty” program and hosts “Nasty for a Day” – a special tailgate experience at all home games to raise money in the fight against drug abuse.
  • Visits kids with life-threatening illnesses at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
  • With his family, hosts annual "Big Nasty Christmas Party," which provides clothes, toys and food for local families in need.
  • "I can't explain the joy I get from being able to use the 'Big Nasty' persona as a platform to do good in our community."