Man creates Super Bowl sculpture to honor Packers

A die hard Packers fan made use of all our snow to honor his favorite team.

Tim Abraham of Eau Claire made the Super Bowl sculpture using a short saw and nailing plates. He started by using a plywood box and then blew snow into that box to form a hard pack of snow.

He says he started sculpting it Monday night at 7:30 and it took him until 12:30 Tuesday morning to finish.

Abraham says he made one for Superbowl XXXI and XXXII so his plan was to do it every time the Packers made it to the Super Bowl.

If you want to see it in person, its located on Starr Avenue in Eau Claire, about a block north of Birch Street on the east side of the road.

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