Raising the Roof

Posted by Tom Locke on September 24th, 2010 filed in Business, History, Sports ... All Sorts

Since 1992  BC Place stadium  has been the home of the BC Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, a venue that celebrates over 100 years of sports heritage in BC and one that has allowed  the Hall of Fame  to continue “Honouring the Past.   Inspiring the Future” .

To  honour its association with BC Place, the BC Sports Hall of Fame & Museum has produced a special one-time limited edition framed  commemorative  that features two of the finest athletes ever to play at BC Place, Vancouver Whitecaps’ Bobby Lenarduzzi and BC Lions’ Lui Passaglia.    The commemorative  also features a piece of the unique Teflon-coated fibreglass roof that was recently removed during the ongoing renovation of BC Place.

Inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame & Museum in 1992 and 2001 respectively, this historic piece of roof has been personally signed by Bobby and Lui.

Raising the Roof Framed Picture

At an affordable price  of $295,  this rare  piece of memorabilia would make a great gift at Christmas.   On the corporate side of things, it’s a  cost effective and impactful  way to recognize employee performance, client loyalty and/or supplier support.

If  you are interested in ordering, you can do this via the Hall of Fame’s  estore on  their website  and/or follow up with Sarah Doran-Coelho at 604-647-7445 (direct) or sdc@bcsportshalloffame.com.

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