Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell

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Jun 08 2009

The Perfect Storm: The Seattle Storm

Published by at 7:20 pm under Seattle Sports,Seattle's Culture

Seattle Storm DayThe Seattle Storm embarked on their tenth season on Saturday, June 6th, with a victory over the Monarchs in Sacramento. SWEET! On Sunday, June 7th, I had the opportunity to read a proclamation before the tip-off of their home opener, declaring it Seattle Storm Day. I was joined on the floor by my colleague, Councilmember Jan Drago. The energy in the Key was electric as the Storm went on to win the game 80-70. More than 9,000 people attended the game. They let their voices be heard, as they expressed their adoration for the team. When I watch the Storm, I am always very impressed with their selfless style of play and the crowd’s die-hard enthusiasm.

Seattle Storm ProclamationI cannot say enough about the impact sports has in Seattle. Let’s not underestimate its importance on morale, business generation, mentorship, revenue and our sense of community. It was my pleasure to honor the Storm. I look forward to another exciting, successful season. Go Storm!

View the proclamation (left image) that was read by Councilmember Drago and I before the game.

Photo credit: Aaron Last/Storm Photos

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