CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Panthers Head Coach Ron Rivera’s neighbors lined up along his street Sunday holding signs and cheering as he left to travel to the Super Bowl.
Rivera tweeted that they are a great example of the Panthers Nation.
His neighbors even decked out the neighborhood's gate with a "Go Panthers" and a "Keep Pounding" sign.
On Saturday, Rivera's neighbors wished the team good luck by decorating the front yard of his south Charlotte home.
They decorated the yard with football and helmet signs and spelled out “Keep Pounding” and “Good Luck Coach.”
Rivera thanked his neighbors for the support Saturday morning on Twitter.
Happy Sign Surprise, a Charlotte lawn greeting sign rental company, helped the neighbors create the festive yard.
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