Sun. Feb 25th, 2024

    Wagyu, a butler and the perfect view! Inside famed Texas attorney Thomas J. Henry’s $2million Super Bowl suite

    It was the ideal place to be at this year’s Super Bowl, for the right price, of course.

    DailyMail.com joined prominent Texas attorney Thomas J. Henry inside his $2 million suite at Allegiant Stadium to watch the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday 25-22.

    With tight security, its own butler and celebrities around every corner, it’s no wonder a golden tick for a prized seat inside the box cost $100,000 each.

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    And while NFL moms Donna Kelce and Lisa McCaffery were vocal that prices were too high for a spot in the coveted area, it was just a drop in the bucket for Henry, who rewarded his senior staff at his law firm. lawyers along with their close friends with a unique weekend experience at Super Bowl LVIII.

    Powerful Texas lawyer Thomas J. Henry and Evelyn Crossland appear in their suite at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.

    DailyMail.com joined Henry inside his $2 million suite at Allegiant Stadium to watch the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday 25-22.

    The view from Henry’s suite was excellent – with a clear view of the field at the 30 yard line. Henry, 59, flew his executives on several private jets from San Antonio to Las Vegas and put them up at the Four Seasons Hotel – for $3,000 a night – for a fun-filled weekend, culminating in a luxurious suite in the big game.

    A butler greeted everyone in the box, took drink orders, and brought out plate after plate, including chicken and waffles, an impressive shrimp cocktail, and omakase sushi.

    Henry, 59, flew nearly two dozen of his executives and friends on two private jets from San Antonio to Las Vegas and put them up at the Four Seasons Hotel – for $3,000 a night – for a fun-filled weekend, which culminated in a luxurious suite. in the big game.

    The suites were on their own levels of the Las Vegas stadium, away from the chaos of loud gaming and long lines, and featured private bars and merchandise shops. Security was tight, with several checkpoints and escorts to bring in VIP guests.

    The suite itself had everything one could need, with TVs everywhere, a private bathroom, and three rows of stadium-style seating.

    A butler greeted everyone in the box, taking drink orders and bringing plate after plate, including wagyu tenderloin, king crab fried rice, chicken and waffles, an impressive shrimp cocktail, and omakase sushi.

    Henry’s guests enjoyed Usher’s star-studded performance, rocking the crowd and raining $100 ‘Usher bills’ into the stadium before the game heated up and went into overtime.

    ‘The Super Bowl is a fantastic experience in all its aspects. From the game to the halftime show to the crowd, I can’t think of any other event that matches the energy of the Super Bowl, especially for the first time in Las Vegas,” Henry said.

    “The weekend is made even better by the fact that I get to share it with some of the most dedicated attorneys at my firm who do so much for our clients and their families.”

    Much has been said about the exorbitant Box prices at this year’s game, held in Las Vegas for the first time, range from $180,000 for four tickets to $1.8 million for 20 tickets, at one point reaching $2.5 million.

    The mothers of star players Travis Kelce and Christian McCaffrey talked about being in the general stands because it was out of their reach. budgets.

    Thomas J. Henry is the founder and owner of Thomas J. Henry Law, one of the nation’s leading personal injury firms, representing clients in high-profile cases, including the victims of Travis Scott’s AstroWorld concert.

    Henry brought his firm’s executives to the game, including TJH Law Vice Presidents Laurie Dobson, Ruben Herrera and Roger L. Turk, President of Legal Operations.

    On the menu was fried rice with king crab and wagyu tenderloin. The suite itself had everything one could need, with TVs everywhere, a private bathroom, and three rows of stadium-style seating.

    The game was just one of several events Henry hosted for his senior colleagues over the weekend, including VIP tables at extravagant parties at LIV nightclub in Fontainebleu, XS at Wynn and several other exclusive parties.

    Henry’s guests enjoyed Usher’s star-studded performance, rocking the crowd and raining $100 ‘Usher bills’ into the stadium before the game heated up and went into overtime.

    Henry, pictured with his son Thomas, flew nearly two dozen of his executives and friends on two private jets from San Antonio to Las Vegas and put them up at the Four Seasons Hotel – at $3,000 a night – for a fun-filled weekend , which culminated in a luxurious suite at the big game

    “You can understand that the boxes in Las Vegas are worth several million dollars, so I have the feeling that I am not in a box, but in the stands,” said Donna Kelce before the big game. “As far as I know, I’m in the stands with everyone else because it’s an expensive Super Bowl.”

    But Travis took care of it and said on his podcast that he was ‘Counting how much money I’m spending on this damn Super Bowl for my family and friends to come.’ His girlfriend Taylor Swift joined Donna, Travis’ brother Jason, and his friends in a main box where they celebrated their victory.

    “We’re looking for a suite and none of us can afford it, not even Christian (the rich guy there) or rich Olivia,” Lisa McCaffrey said. “So we’re not in a suite, I’ll tell you that right now.”

    The 49ers running back went on to tell Extra that his fiancée Olivia Culpo ‘tried (to buy a suite),’ adding, ‘but I’m not going to let anyone pay to see me play.’ I had to turn that down.’

    So it was Thomas who grabbed one of the hot spots, with superstar Lady Gaga and rapper Fat Joe just a few suites away.

    The match was just one of several events Henry hosted for his senior colleagues over the weekend, including VIP tables at extravagant parties at LIV nightclub in Fontainebleu, XS at Wynn and several other exclusive parties.

    The prominent Texas lawyer has shown that he knows how to have fun. splurging on the 25th anniversary of his signing with a $10 million corporate party that featured performances by Enrique Iglesias and Maroon 5. He also threw his own $4.5 million 56th birthday party that featured performances by Cardi B and DJ Khaled.

    Henry is the founder and owner of Thomas J. Henry Law, one of the nation’s leading personal injury firms, representing clients in high-profile cases, including the victims of Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert.

    He has successfully litigated against some of the largest companies in the world, including Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies.

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