By Tony Lopez

SANTA CLARA (CBS13) – As fans soaked in the flavor of Super Bowl 50, Andrew Blaskovich basked in the glory of his Gold Ticket moment.

His Drewski’s, a Sacramento-based food truck, was one of just three chosen to offer big game grub for the biggest game of all.

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“And they called us and I’m shocked. It’s such an honor. You do something like this it’s like the biggest event of all time,” Blaskovich said. “We had crazy lines all day hopefully I’m hoping we did at least 1000 people in three hours.”

His record sales echoed loud and clear across the stadium where another Sacramento-based company set up shop.

This souvenir merchandise hot spot ran out of some of the more popular items by halftime.

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For them, selling out of this pricey stuff was pretty much priceless.

“For me, Super Bowl is my favorite sport, so to get the experience to come here without spending thousands of dollars … it is definitely an experience,” said Josh Miglietto from Sacramento Souvenirs. “We’ve been here the entire week it’s been definitely interesting.”

From good grub to solid gold souvenirs, this Super Bowl Sunday was delivered with more than a touch of Sacramento flavor.

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“We’re trying to make Sacramento proud, you know.”