Super Bowl Monument

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Super Bowl Monument

February 7 2010, almost five year after hurricane Katrina the New Orleans Saints won Super bowl 44 against the Indianapolis Colts 31 to 17. This was great moment in history for the city of New Orleans. The event is so significant to the city because the people needed hope that anything was possible, while still recovering from hurricane Katrina. This was a very long awaited accomplishment for the Saints and the fans. It took the Saints 43 years to win their first super bowl championship. The Saints players, owner, and coaches will be commemorated in this monument. The one’s I would choose to be represented is owner Tom Benson, Coach Sean Payton, Drew Brees, Reggie Bush, and Tracy Porter. The statue
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It would sit on a stage made of marble and granite. The method used to create it would make construction simple. The statues could be cast in single and much larger pieces. While using a different method would have many and much smaller pieces to assemble. The location of the monument would be at the Mercedes-Benz Super Dome. Between garage one and garage two in the center. It would be the first thing fans see as they are coming up the stairs for a game. It would serve as a reminder of the greatness that the Saints achieved. The monument will increase the fans motivation and excitement. This monument is to be experienced with the feeling of hope, and a spiritual connection to the city. The monument statue will represent togetherness, greatness, and perseverance. The monument will be located in the Mercedes-Benz superdome at an open space. The public will be able to take pictures and observe everything about the statues. They would have as much time needed to enjoy it with their families and friends. I believe this will inspire great emotions for the whole city. Proving the Saints and the city came back better than

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