In this 2005 photo, Hilton Head Island resident Charles W. Gibbes poses with the watch given to him by former National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle in appreciation of his work for the Super Bowl. Gibbes was part of the team at Spencer Advertising Co. that handled national advertising for the first five Super Bowl programs.
In this 2005 photo, Hilton Head Island resident Charles W. Gibbes poses with the watch given to him by former National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle in appreciation of his work for the Super Bowl. Gibbes was part of the team at Spencer Advertising Co. that handled national advertising for the first five Super Bowl programs. File, Staff photo
In this 2005 photo, Hilton Head Island resident Charles W. Gibbes poses with the watch given to him by former National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle in appreciation of his work for the Super Bowl. Gibbes was part of the team at Spencer Advertising Co. that handled national advertising for the first five Super Bowl programs. File, Staff photo

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