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2014 Olympia Corn Maze Features Seahawks Harvin and Rice

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Image Courtesy Rutledge Corn Maze

 

The Rutledge Haunted Corn Maze has featured a Seahawks motif for the past few years. The 2014 version honors two more Seattle players.

Seahawks wide receivers Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice are the latest players to be immortalized, sort of, in the corn maze design. The maze is located in Tumwater, near Olympia.

Last year, the Seahawks’ “Legion of Boom” defensive backfield was honored, and two years ago it was “Beastmode” running back Marshawn Lynch that was featured.

 

Harvin and Rice will be at the Rutledge Corn Maze’s opening on July 19.

 

Click Here to Visit the Rutledge Corn Maze Website

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