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Educating the public about the game and hobby of electric football and its history is the main purpose of The National ELECTRIC FOOTBALL Game Museum. Today I had the opportunity to showcase an electric football display at the public library in the town I grew up in, Lawrenceburg, TN. It will remain set up through the month of September. Although not quite as extensive as the "Art of the Buzz" exhibit I did in January and February. It still serves the purpose. Also made a donation of the books, "The Unforgettable Buzz", "Full Color Electric Football' and " The Electric Football Wishbook" so that people can check them out and learn more about the rich history of electric football. 







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The librians were very excited about it.

Two of the teams are of the local high school. A 1963 team because my second cousin played on that team and the 2013 team that I have used to play in leagues amd tournaments. 

The LEGO Stadium was built by a former contestant on LEGO Masters. 

My custom figures include former UT Vols Reggie White and Peyton.

This is in my hometown and where I graduted high school from. So yes, hopefully some local interest. 

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1 hour ago, nefgm.org said:

The librians were very excited about it.

From my experience as a librarian I imagine a traveling display would be popular at most public libraries across the U.S. It seems Chris has already developed the format.

So, for Cody, Wy  a custom painted High School Bronc Team. A state championship team if possible. Then a few University of Wyoming players like Josh Allen and Jay Novacek.

Twelve libraries a year and in four years the display could return home larger and more representative of high school teams. SEE post: 

Interesting Article


By nefgm.org
August 22 in News and Announcements

Shipping and insurance might be cost prohibitive, but it's fun to think about.

Enjoy the Journey.  T43   🏈♾️

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