Mayor Byron Brown Is Looking For 2,021 Bills Selfies By This Weekend
The Bills are on to week #2 in the NFL Playoffs for the first time since 1995 and to celebrate, Mayor Byron Brown is looking for your help.
They've decorated city hall in red, white, and blue and hung banners to help add to the excitement of Buffalo Bills' post-season play and they want to see you there too.
According to WKBW, they are asking people to take part in a "selfie drive" where they stop by city hall and take a selfie and post it to Twitter. They're hoping to get 2,021 selfies before this Saturday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
When posting your pictures to Twitter, they ask that you use the hashtags ##gobills and #billsmafia to make sure that they can be seen. Obviously, they ask that you make sure the pictures taken are COVID responsible. Wear masks, and take the selfies as they're meant to be taken...by yourself.
There has been A LOT of talk about the Bills this week. Not just from people here, but people around the country. It's been years since this kind of buzz has been around them and it feels great. The feeling that we have a legit chance of winning every week is almost a little uneasy for some fans. It almost doesn't feel right to be comfortable going into a game and still have the feeling that we could walk away with a win.
The Bills will be back in Buffalo this weekend as they take on the Baltimore Ravens. It's a team that many people see as one of the most dangerous in the AFC. We can't wait until 8:15 Saturday night!
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