Super Bowl Sunday is only two days away, and with the Seattle Seahawks playing the Denver Broncos, I’m rooting for the Hawks all the way. I have gone to the same party hosted by my friend for the past 3 years now. As is the case with any great football party, there will be some tasty food: chips, dip, good drinks, chili, and my responsibility: the wings. Now, I can make some great wings, but everybody in my neck of the woods prefers Wing Stop. Yep, that’s right Wing Stop. And that’s where one of the best utility apps I have used comes in: Scout by Telenav. Together, Scout and I will avoid all traffic, snag a few buckets of sizzling wings, and be back well in time to see the opening kick-off.
In today’s busy world where I don’t have time to worry about all the details of travel, Scout is my go-to source. I don’t have to guess or make travel plans with a little bit of doubt in my head. I have concrete facts, figures, and details to figure out how much money I need to bring to the new lunch spot, what to order before I even get to my new lunch spot, and how much time I need to allot to embark on my quest for my Superbowl ring…err I meant Superbowl Wings! Scout is available on both iOS and Android, so if you haven’t used it yet, and there will be a good opportunity during the Super Bowl, check it out.
In closing, I was tuned into the media day for players prior to the Superbowl. Believe it or not, Richard Sherman, defensive player for the Seattle Seahawks, actually mentioned Scout. When asked by a reporter about traveling to the stadium, Sherman responded with: “The Stadium in the Meadowlands is hard to find sometimes. Why would I ever test out an inferior app to help me get here when there is Scout. You try to play me, or you try to take me down the wrong street, you are going to get played (in reference to other less versatile competitors of Scout). Come at me like that again, I will always choose Scout. Period.”
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