Meet the El Paso Chihuahuas 'Super Usher'
POSTED: Monday, August 18, 2014 - 8:54pm
UPDATED: Monday, August 18, 2014 - 9:00pm
EL PASO (KTSM) — Before El Paso's boys of summer call it a season, a belated introduction to the man who's quickly become a bit of a legend at Southwest University Park.
Just ask anyone up in sections 211 and 212.
Chihuahuas 'Super Usher' Quincy Farley gets the crowd going with a lot of cheering, a little bit of dancing, and even a few video screen appearances at every home game.
"My section is probably one of the loudest sections at the park," Farley told NewsChannel 9 with a big smile.
Farley, a retired school teacher and current swim coach at El Paso High School, considers himself a professional fan of the Sun City.
"I'm a season ticket holder at UTEP, a big fan of anything El Paso," he said, "and the Chihuahuas are awesome."
At 55 years young, Farley was one of the first in line when the team put out the call for ballpark staff. Just don't call his guest services position a "job."
"It's something I would do for free," Farley said, laughing.
"I get smiles, handshakes...I've got people that come up and want to move their season tickets up here for next year, and that makes me feel great."