FOX Sports 1 Fan Express road trip ends in Boston
AUG 19, 2013 5:36p ET
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- After a week and a half of nonstop fun, the FOX Sports 1 Fan Express Road to Launch trip came to an end on Saturday. With stops all over the country and with Cleatus and the FOX Sports Girls in tow, the bus finally parked in Boston for two more days of activities and the launch of FOX Sports 1.
Jordana's first night in Boston, Mass. involved a little piece of home as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took on the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
"I really enjoyed watching our Tampa Bay Bucs play in Massachusetts," Jordana exclaimed. "I proudly represented Florida and I can't wait for football season to start. Doug Martin is going to build upon an impressive 2012 season."
Saturday, the day of the FOX Sports 1 launch, was packed with sightseeing, baseball and UFC fighting. In the morning, the Girls visited the famous Cheers restaurant, the Boston Commons, the State House and Quincy Market.
"Boston is such a beautiful city," Jordana added. "It was my first time going there and I couldn't think of a better experience."
After sightseeing, the Girls went to TD Garden to film promos for FOX Sports 1 with UFC fighter Luke Rockhold. They also took pictures and signed autographs for the fans who were there to greet them coming off the Fan Express.
Later, Jordana and the FOX Sports Girls went to Fenway Park to watch the Red Sox play their rival New York Yankees.
"Now that's what I call a rivalry," Jordana declared. "That matchup was the perfect way to experience Fenway Park and Boston fans. It got intense! It was a lot of fun."
And for the final event on the FOX Sports 1 Road to Launch trip, the Girls went back to TD Garden for the UFC Fight Night where they saw Chael Sonnen pick up a victory over Mauricio Rua.
"If I could explain my trip in one word it would be 'unforgettable,'" Jordana said. "I'm so grateful to my FOX Sports family for allowing me to be a part of it."
And as for the launch of FOX Sports 1?
"After being with FOX Sports Florida for almost two years, I'm so excited to see what the future will bring with FOX Sports 1 -- it's a whole new chapter for FOX Sports. I honestly think that in 30 years, when I'm watching FOX Sports 1, I'll look back on this trip and reflect on how I was able to be a part of the launch. That is a truly amazing feeling."
And now, the fun really begins.