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02/03/2011

Super Bowl volunteer says airport too quiet

Even before the Super Bowl came to North Texas, John McKergow volunteered as an ambassador at D/FW International Airport, greetings guest and answering their questions.

So it just made sense for McKergow to also work at the airport this week as an official Super Bowl volunteer, helping out with what officials believed would be a huge influx of visitors.

So far, McKergow hasn’t seen the influx.

“It’s just normal stuff,” McKergow said late Thursday afternoon from Terminal C. “It’s not really big-time. The Thursday night before the Super Bowl should be busy.”

McKergow said he’s seen a football player or two who have arrived on their own, without an entourage.

“Someone will recognize them and take their picture as they get their bags, but there is no hub-bub, as they say,” he said.

- Melody McDonald

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