Sun Bowl Association welcomes Kelly Anne for a day on the job
El Paso, TEXAS —
Anchor and reporter, Kelly Anne Beile, headed to the Sun Bowl Association office on the westside of El Paso to shadow Eddie Morelos, media relations director, for this week's "Do My Job."
The association is preparing for the 84th Hyundai Sun Bowl football game on Dec. 29. The annual tradition in the Borderland ties for the second-oldest bowl game in the nation, behind the Rose Bowl.
This year's match-up includes the Sundevils, of Arizona State University, and the Wolfpack, of North Carolina State. Kick-off is scheduled for 1 p.m.
While on the job, Beile took a stroll through the archive room, which houses hard-copies copies of all football programs dating back to the first game in 1935. She also took phone calls and got her hands on this year's Sun Bowl trophy before it was sent over to a local engraver.
Morelos will also look after press row at the Sun Bowl stadium on game day. Beile shows the responsibilities of Morelos on game day, which includes preparing publications for all press and ensuring the media is well-fed by a local restaurant.