There's a lot of activity at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Canton, OH. The ribbon cutting for the new brand new Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery took place this morning.
Tributes to the man whose name is now attached to the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s newest gallery were flowing this morning. An official ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for The Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery with remarks coming from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Hall of Fame officials, as well as Kansas City Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt. The final person to step to the podium was Lamar’s widow Norma Hunt who has attended all 43 Super Bowls.
Mrs. Hunt went on:
“There is no honor on Earth that Lamar would rather have,” shared Norma about the gallery bearing her late husband’s name “because he loved the Super Bowl and he loved the Hall of Fame both so much.”
What is the Super Bowl Gallery?
Within the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery dynamic displays and exciting interactive video kiosks highlighting every Super Bowl, the great plays and the game’s stars, complements the one-of-a-kind game artifacts that permeates throughout the 4,000-square-foot space. Stories like how the merger of the AFL and NFL resulted in the creation of sport’s ultimate championship game; the significance of the first four Super Bowls; and how the game has risen to unsurpassed levels of popularity worldwide is now presented in grand fashion.
In a state-of-the-art Super Bowl Theater, visitors will experience the sense of awe and excitement that is the Super Bowl as the full force of the most recent game is presented through the cinematic magic of NFL Films.
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