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Operation Rafter Relocation - 3/20

3/19/2012 09:20:00 PM
We probably want to keep these banners indoors in order to protect them from the elements, but otherwise, I think my vote would be for a top the dome at MIT in the spirit of one of those beloved hacks.  

Where would you hang the Bruins '11 and Celtics '08 championship banners?

The TD Garden, in partnership with the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics, announce today that it will temporarily relocate the teams’ 23 championship banners from its rafters to The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Dorchester, MA, and for the two most recent
banners, additional locations as determined by a social media fan campaign.

“The TD Garden is home to the most championship banners of any professional arena in the country and it’s an unprecedented act to bring them all into the community and make them accessible to Bruins and Celtics fans.” said John Wentzell, President of TD Garden. “Through our partnership with the teams and our social media channels, fans will have the opportunity to determine additional locations the banners will visit.

The TD Garden is hosting a social media fan campaign on its TD Garden Facebook page (here) and Twitter (@TDGarden, #mybannerdayis), where fans are invited to suggest additional locations to temporarily house two of the banners, the Boston Bruins 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Champion banner and the Boston Celtics 2008 NBA World Championship banner. Fan suggestions can be submitted via these social media channels through March 21, and from these suggestions the TD Garden will select additional locations for them to appear from March 21-23. All banners will return to the TD Garden on March 24.





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