by: Michael Fox Updated:
SEATTLE, Wa. - It’s been nearly three months since the Seattle Seahawks embarrassed the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.
The 43-8 victory made Seattle once again relevant in the world of sports, bringing the city its first major sports championship since the Sonics won the NBA title in 1979.
Well 12th Man, Seattle’s iconic Cinerama Theatre is helping you relive the championship run.
Today through Wednesday you can view the NFL Films “Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Seattle Seahawks” on the big screen.
You’ll see player sound, coach wirings and action-packed highlights from all the big moments.
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The price for admission is $12 and the Cinerama will be donating 12% of the proceeds to “Ben’s Fund.”
Click here to visit the Cinerama website for viewing times.
ABOUT CINERAMA: In 1963 Seattle’s Cinerama Theatre became an icon in Seattle with a cool futuristic appeal and unprecedented advances in technology.
However by 1997 the theater was in danger of being shut down.
That was until co-founder of Microsoft Paul Allen swooped in, buying the theater and paying for a multi-million dollar renovation.
A native of Seattle, some of Allen’s favorite childhood memories included visits to Cinerama with his family.
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