Hoosier Lottery President Makes Good on Her Super Bowl Bet with Louisiana Lottery President Rose Hudson
A week before the Super Bowl, Louisiana Lottery President Rose Hudson challenged her counterpart in Indiana, Hoosier Lottery President Kathryn Densborn, to a friendly championship wager with each agreeing to submit themselves to the opposing team's traditions should their own team lose.
The Saints were victorious, and now Densborn has made good on her bet by singing "When the Saints Go Marching In" in front of Lucas Oil Stadium decked out in a #9 New Orleans Saints jersey.
Louisiana Lottery's Facebook page fans voted on which tradition Densborn would have to perform and the votes were tabulated before kick-off.
"I knew the boys in black and gold would come through!" exclaimed Hudson. "The 'bet' was a wonderful way for us to connect with our players and get them rallying around our home team and our brand."