Seattle Seahawks fans are taking their antics on the road.
Whether they are breaking world records or causing earthquakes, the CentuyLink Faithful certainly know how to make an impression at home. On Sunday, the Seahawks will be without their 12th man when they travel to Candlestick Park to take on the 49ers, but a couple of Hawks fans have raised money to hire a plane to fly a banner over the park during the game, according to CSN Bay Area.
Close to 100 people pooled together $1,809 to pay for a plane to fly a banner reading ”GO HAWKS-12″ for 15 minutes. The plane is slated to appear over Candlestick Park about 10 minutes before kickoff.
Seahawks fans Cedric Morris and Travis Platt started a FundRazr page to raise the money, and after receiving more than enough to cover the cost of flying the banner, the two said the excess money will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.