The true winner of the Super Bowl
My money is always on Costco for the win. The oddsmakers in Vegas don’t even count Costco in the odds when it comes time for the Super Bowl. As far as I’m concerned Costco always comes out a winner with its cult following spending millions on the week that precedes Super Bowl Sunday.
Mark your calendars. For myself as a Costco cult member and Costco junkie, Super Bowl samples now start on Wednesdays of Super Bowl week — not like in the past when it was all week long. If you’ve never gone to Costco the week before the Super Bowl for samples, it’s worth the membership fee in itself.
There’s a chicken-wing station with six different kinds of wings: buffalo, teriyaki, Korean spice, honey barbeque, tequila lime and hot and spicy.
People were jonesing to get into the store all week long for Super-Bowl-week food samples. Starting time is approximately 11 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m. until Saturday of the week preceding the Super Bowl. There are many other goodies like miniature tacos, chicken apple sausage, teriyaki meatballs, an array of chips, dips and hummus, and so many other things I couldn’t get to because I had a bus to catch and was on a tight schedule.
No matter what team wins the Super Bowl there is always one true winner year after year. Costco food samples not only win in taste but in customer service and aloha.
Costco scores the game-winning touchdown!
James “Kimo” Rosen, Kapaa