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Los Angeles Kings: Showed Support from Local Business’

June 15th, 2014 at 2:47 AM
By Suzanna Bezyan

When a team like the Los Angeles Kings has much success as they do, and make it to the Stanley Cup Final, it brings the community together, as everyone cheers and roots for their hometown. Local business’, school, etc.; have been showing support in numerous ways, and here are a few to start.

Loyola Marymount University- The school lawn has painted on a “GO KINGS GO” sign.

Barney’s Beanery (Redondo Beach)- Overlooking the ocean is a giant “GO KINGS GO” banner covering most of the building.

Universal Studios City Walk- Chris Fording, painted on a Kings jersey to the iconic hanging King Kong.

Pink Taco- On La Brea and Melrose is showing some local team spirit with two “GO KINGS GO” banners.

Chinese Theater-The famous Chinese Theater on Hollywood Blvd has “GO KINGS GO” on one of their main jumbo screens.

Torrance Bakery- The bakery has numerous cookies with Kings and Stanley Cup Final designs on it.

USS Iowa- has a “GO KINGS GO” spread on one of the decks; a few windows wide.

Firefighters- Numerous fire stations have Kings Banners hanging from their stations or their fire trucks.

Big Sugar Bakeshop- The bakeshop has Kings Cupcakes.

Randy’s Donuts- The iconic giant donut a top Randy’s Donuts has been transformed into a puck with the Kings logo, reading “GO KINGS GO”. It has been up since the playoffs, and is said that it will remain that way to the end of the series.

Sprinkles Cupcake- made especial “GO KINGS GO” cupcakes.

Huntington Beach Pier- “GO KINGS GO” banners at the end of the pier.

Becker’s bakery- Kings cookies, and Rangers.
The list will be updated as more sightings are spotted. Feel free to send us an email if you spot something as well.

The Kings are up 3-1 in the series as they head to STAPLES Center for Game 5 on Friday.

The city is behind you! GO KINGS GO!

This story deserves a special thank you to Kings fans who live all over Southern California and made these great sightings.

Tags: Hockey, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Kings, NHL

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