Let’s Rock the House

December 27, 2012 at 9:33 am 2 comments

Have you heard? The College Football Hall of Fame closes its doors this Sunday (12/30/12). As you know, they are moving out of South Bend. What you might not know is that all tickets and sales this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) will benefit South Bend athletics. And, to sweeten the pot, admission is only $2 per person and all items in the gift shop are buy one get one free. Yes, it’s true. What a great way to end their stay in our fine city. Quick, grab your family and friends. Let’s rock the house that Rockne would have helped to build if only he could have… and let’s send CFHOF off on a high note.

Have ideas on uses for the CFHOF building once it is vacant? Share your ideas here and be sure to join Three Degrees of Separation MeetUp as we discuss that at an upcoming gathering.

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  • 1. Carl Hetler (@chetler)  |  December 27, 2012 at 10:12 am

    We’ll head there Sunday after church!
    Replace with a Trader Joes? Some other anchor store? I’d love to see them keep the football field as a public square.

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    • 2. revitalizesb  |  December 27, 2012 at 10:28 am

      I bet a lot of people would like to see at Trader Joes – good idea! It would be great to see the field / open space utilized for public events still.

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