It all began back in the beginning of the 2019 season, which coincidentally was when the K.C. Chiefs began their march to their first Super Bowl championship in 50 seasons. Randy Reid was introduced to us by the Chiefs social media team as the younger brother of head coach Andy Reid.
From the looks of it, Reid seems a bit looser than his older brother, but the similarities were clear. Here was the original video intro.
Since then, we’ve seen Randy Reid from time to time (although, we’re also suspicious that Chiefs super fan and actor Eric Stonestreet always seems to disappear whenever Randy is around). Now, on the verge of another regular season, he’s back and hanging out with his brother once again. In fact, it seems he’s taking over Arrowhead.
Randy has gone through some changes since the last time we saw him, namely that he’s “in the drone game now.” We also approve of the new business name.
Randy even somehow gained access to the Chiefs Twitter feed in order to promote his business but it looks like things fell apart pretty quickly—even before he could get any key information out. Still if you’re in the market for a jet ski, you should keep it in the family, er, Kingdom.
A bit later, however, Randy seemed to gain full access again to the Chiefs and succeeded in passing along a very real number you can call to reach Randy and hopefully get that drone you’ve been wanting to buy.
In case you can’t get through, the message reads, “Thank you for calling Touchdown Jet Ski City and Drones. Please don’t leave a message. Just keep trying to call back and Randy will answer if he can. He’s pretty busy all the time selling jet skis and drones so just try again later. Thank you for calling and please give Randy a ring.”
We’re pretty sure business today at Arrowhead is being interrupted, but we’re here for it. It’s not a game week yet and there’s always time for shenanigans with Randy Reid. He’s not our favorite Reid brother of course, but family’s always welcome.