A 23-year-old lifelong resident of Waltham on Friday won a free trip to the Super Bowl, where he could possibly see the New England Patriots play.
Adam Muise, an unemployed gas station manager, won the trip as part of a contest run by Boston-based radio station, 98.5 The Sports Hub, he told Waltham Patch in an interview.
"It's incredible, I still can't even really believe it actually happened," Muise said. "This is really as nice thing for me right now. It couldn't have come at a better time."
The package includes a four-night stay on a cruise ship hotel in New York City, two tickets to the Feb. 2 Super Bowl at Met Life Stadium and two tickets to the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert on Feb. 1 at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, Muise said. Muise will see the band again when they play the halftime show during the bowl, along with Bruno Mars.
As soon as the station announced he had won at 12 p.m., Muise's friends suddenly started flooding his phone with text messages saying he had won.
"I had so many people calling and texting me and stuff telling me I had won," he said.
Muise said he has until Tuesday to decide who he wants to bring to the game, a decision that will be difficult if the Patriots move onto the Super Bowl.
"I'm a huge Pats fan.I have a lot of friends that are huge Pats fans," he said.