Pelicans Send Sympathies To New York

Pelicans Send Sympathies To New York

The Myrtle Beach Pelicans recently sent words of sympathy, solidarity and support from the staff, team and fans to the victims of the terrorist attacks New York, and those words are bringing comfort.


The banner signed by Pelicans fans now hangs in front of the NYPD’s 23rd precinct.
Fans signed the banner as a giant sympathy card at the Legends Game held at Coastal Federal Field on September 20, a few short days after the attack on America. Pelicans Director of Corporate Sales/Asst GM Matt Harris said, “As part of our festivities and the

patriotic twist we took with the Legends of Baseball game it was only natural to do the banner.”

The Pelicans sent the banner to the NYPD’s 23rd precinct, care of NYPD officer Dave Ross, a friend of the Pelicans. The banner now hangs in front of the precinct in Spanish Harlem, approximately 3 miles from “Ground Zero.”

“I’ve been told that people stop by it daily to read it as well as add to it,” said Harris.

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