Celebrating the Super Bowl on South Beach has always been a great time. But celebrating the Super Bowl on South Beach with Chad Ochocinco at his mansion, well that’s something simply to cool for school.
That’s right readers, on February 5, Rock Software teamed up with the flamboyant wide-out to host one of the craziest Super Bowl parties imaginable. And just in case you missed it, Haute Living Magazine has all the behind the scenes details for you.
The event was held at Ochocinco’s mansion, and the star-studded extravaganza was attended by the who’s who in sports, entertainment, music, and Hollywood. The guest list included Buffalo Bills Terrel Ownes, LPGA Golfer Anna Rawson, San Diego Chargers Shaun Phillips, Minnesota Vikings Jared Allen, Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware, DJ Irie, and Playmate Summer Altice.
“This is a chance for me to show everyone in Miami how to really party,” said Chad Ochocinco. “We have the Xbox and arcade games set up, my favorite DJ is providing the music and plenty of beautiful women. I’m also catering McDonalds for the evening – it’s the true Ochocinco lifestyle.”
“We’re very excited to partner with Chad Ochocinco for this event as he was the first athlete to join the Rock Software family,” said Jordan Palmer, Co-Founder of Rock Software. “Even more importantly, if you want to have the most talked about event during Super Bowl weekend, there is no one better to host your party than Chad Ochocinco. You just never quite know what to expect!”
Limited tickets for the event were made available to the public, and the first 150 people to buy them were able to party with Ochocinco and his friends well into the early morning hours.
Over 400 guests gathered for this Super Bowl shindig, and every one of them rocked out in true Ochocinco style. BMI Gaming proudly provided some of the night’s entertainment, and BringIt.com powered the “Official Ochocinco Gaming Lounge” where guests were able to challenge celebrities in their favorite console based video games. Wagers were placed before each game, and the entire sum of winnings was donated to the Haiti relief foundation in conjunction with the Red Cross.