- Promotion Expires June 6, 2013
• Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Twins' first ever World Series Championship • Product recently voted into the "National Baseball Hall of Fame" in Cooperstown, NY • Featuring game used Metrodome turf from the 1987 and 1991 World Champion Minnesota Twins • Certificate can be used towards shipping Five golden rings cost quite a pretty penny, but today’s deal surely does not. As a sports fan, DealChicken loves collecting memorabilia and commemorative gifts—so when he heard about the deal that TheMetrodomeRoof.com has hatched, he scrambled to get it to you as quickly as he could! With 50% off, you can buy $30 worth of custom, commemorative sports gifts made out of the once-collapsed Metrodome roof for a speggtacular $15! With this deal, die hard fans now have a chance to purchase actual game used Metrodome turf that the 1987 and 1991 World Champion Minnesota Twins won the World Series on! Claim your "slice of Minnesota sports history" by taking advantage of this offer.
When the Metrodome roof sadly collapsed in December 2010, fans and teams were left devastated. But for Guy Nelson, it was a golden opportunity to create an online business providing collectable items for Vikings and Twins fans while saving vast areas of landfill sites that would have been filled with the debris. As well as saving acres of land, Guy also believes in giving back to the local community; a percentage of the proceeds are given to various charities.
50% off commemorative gifts from TheMetrodomeRoof.com
- Limit 1 per person and 3 as gifts. Valid online only. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back, no cash value. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Must use voucher value in 1 purchase. One voucher per transaction. Valid toward shipping and handling.
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Because it's held aloft, inflated only by air, the Metrodome roof has been damaged several times by severe weather. In 1982, the roof first collapsed under an enormous amount of snow—the same thing that happened in 2010. A new roof was constructed in August 2011.