The New York Jets held their annual Town Hall event at the NYCB Theatre in Westbury, NY on Wednesday night. It was a great time for all fans in attendance as they got to hear directly from the Jets’ decision makers.
The annual Town Hall event of the New York Jets was a great success for another consecutive year as fans had a great time getting to interact with head coach Todd Bowles and General Manager Mike Maccagnan. Team President Neill Glatt and Owner Woody Johnson were at the event interacting with fans as well.
The even was a great opportunity for fans to make their opinions heard, and ask some of the most pressing team-related questions. You could only imagine how many times a certain free agent quarterback’s name came up.
When the doors first opened, Jets fans got to mingle with other fans and some alumni including Tony Richardson, Greg Buttle and Erik Coleman. A few lucky fans even got to speak directly with Bowles, Maccagnan, Woody Johnson and Glatt.
After around an hour of that, fans started to sit down, so that the show could get started. Fans were then addressed by the team’s radio host Bob Wischusen. The real fun was only just beginning.
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After an impressive performance from the Flight Crew, Jets fans got to hear from the decision makers. Johnson took his time to thank the fans for their support and talk about the past season.
Glatt followed him up by talking about some new stadium features, Jets Rewards and how he would like to hear more input from the fans.
Bowles then addressed the crowd by talking about the state of the current team, his first season as head coach and how he plans on winning in the future.
Maccagnan was next to address the crowd and he talked about the draft process and free agency. He also got to show some film of the Jets’ top four draft picks, and go over what his thoughts were on the prospects, which was an awesome, exclusive experience for fans in attendance.
To end the event, fans got to go up to a microphone and ask questions regarding the team. Maccagnan and Bowles fielded some tough questions including topics such as what’s going on with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. The fans truly made their voices heard and it was a great experience for everyone at the event.
All in all, it’s fair to say that this event was a great success for everyone involved. The Jets did an excellent job of making the fans feel as if they are important and that goes a very long way.