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Chicago-Area Business Shows Big Blackhawks Pride

The banner, dubbed, Mt. Hawkmore, is 20 feet high and 75 feet wide

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    Dahlstrom Display
    Broadview-based business Dahlstrom Display wrapped its building with a vinyl banner to celebrate the Hawks.

    One Chicago-area business has taken their Blackhawks pride to a new level.

    Dahlstrom Display, in Broadview, has wrapped its headquarters with a vinyl banner honoring past Blackhawks.

    The banner shows an image of what appears to be Mount Rushmore, but replaces the faces on the monument with those of former Hawks stars including Bobby Hull, Keith Magnuson, Stan Mikita and Denis Savard.

    The banner, dubbed Mt. Hawkmore, is 20 feet high and 75 feet wide.

    Below the image is a list of dates the Blackhawks have been Stanley Cup Champions.

    Ross Iazzetto, president of Dahlstrom Display, erected the banner to show his company's “support of the Blackhawks as they battle the St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup Playoffs," according to a release.

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