Custom Rolls Royce Ghost Serves as Ride at Super Bowl 50
Updated February 8, 2017
A football player of the caliber of Antonio Brown has earned traveling in style when attending a Super Bowl, even if his Pittsburgh Steelers are not competing in the contest. So luxury marque Rolls Royce offered a custom Rolls-Royce Ghost for the star’s personal use as he participated in events surrounding Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco.
Each door of the car was also emblazoned with Brown’s signature motto “Business is Boomin’” in large, bold black letters as well as his initials and jersey number painted on the front quarter panel.
The All-Pro wide receiver, who finished the 2015 season with 136 catches for 1,834 yards and 10 touchdowns, has his own Phantom custom Rolls Royce that he unveiled at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp in July 2015. This luxury carriage set Brown back some $500,000.
That car follows a Pittsburgh Steelers’ color theme as it sports a matte-black exterior finish and a wide yellow stripe like the one on the Steelers’ helmet running down the middle of the car. There is also Brown’s actual signature scribbled along a side. The four corners host whitewall tires.
Another NFL player who fancies the Rolls Royce Phantom is former National Football League running back Thomas Jones. The owner of a red Rolls Royce, his football career ran from 2000-2011 and he played for The Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Arizona Cardinals. He collected 10,591 rushing yards, 2,023 receiving yards and 68 touchdowns.
Although he played in some cities that have a large population of Rolls Royces including New York, Chicago, and Tampa Bay, there appears to be no images of him driving the luxury car on the cities’ streets. Although I didn’t do a search of Kansas City or Phoenix.