The NFL draft is becoming increasingly exciting, and Patrick Mahomes’ mother has added to the intrigue by making it even more interesting for Kansas City. Randi Mahomes is known for her empowering and thought-provoking content. She usually shares posts about her son Patrick’s achievements and also offers help to people. Randi Mahomes is not only focused on growing her business but also on supporting causes with the Chiefs.
During the draft trades, Patrick Mahomes helped the Chiefs by participating in drafting a receiver. After the receiver was selected, Mahomes called him, and the call was caught on camera. Meanwhile, Mahomes’ mother also did a good thing by announcing her new boutique ‘Revive’ for a charitable cause, specifically for Kansas City.
The Supermom of Patrick Mahomes has an exciting invitation for Chiefs fans! Randi Mahomes invites everyone to come to ‘Revive-Upscale Resale Clothing’, a resale boutique in Lee’s Summit, where they have new QB merchandise and goodies, Kansas City-themed based. Additionally, there are some add-on items available, such as basketballs, soccer balls, baseballs, and footballs, to accessorize the clear bags.
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According to Randi Mahomes, they offer basketball items for their charity, including fan earrings, bead hoops, and the latest bead ball earrings. They also have bracelets for game day, which are on sale for $25 at Revived in Missouri. Randi loves their merchandise and encourages everyone to check it out.
Meanwhile, a report drops big news in the NFL draft fever of Kansas City that Mahomes aided the Chiefs in drafting SMU receiver Rashee Rice. Analyst Adam Lefkoe said Mahomes texted Rice and has input on offensive players. Mahomes revealed he helped pick Rice.
Kansas City for boutique opening and scholarship drive
Interestingly, she updated about her son Jackson Mahomes amid his controversies, telling he is also coming to visit the store and that his friend has brought along a lot of people. She invites everyone to come and meet them, as she and her family are excited to be in Kansas City.
Randi also confirms that a portion of the event’s earnings will go to her mother’s scholarship fund, and they plan to add to it by providing scholarships for students this year.
She acknowledged that schools are out for most students and understands that many of them are worried about going back to school. Therefore, they will be able to give out some scholarships to help them. She mentioned that every event she has will contribute to her mom’s scholarship fund.