Lombardi Trophy at Future of Flight event

Nothing goes together more than football and aviation.

OK, maybe they’re not as cosmically paired as peanut butter and jelly, the Captain and Tenille or Captain and Coke.

But you can get a bit of both — football and aviation — tonight at Wine, Wings and More at the Future of Flight Aviation Center.

In addition to good wine (tastings from more than 30 wineries), a beer garden and food pairings, a few Sea Gals will bring the Lombardi Trophy. You know, the trophy that the Seahawks collected after drubbing the Denver Broncos in Superbowl XLVIII. There also will be a “special” Boeing 747-8, according to the Future of Flight Foundation website.

My guess is it’s the 12th Man jumbo jet.

Tickets are $45 a person, $35 for Future of Flight members.

Dan Catchpole: 425-339-3454; dcatchpole@heraldnet.com; Twitter: @dcatchpole.

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