Were you wondering about the giant-sized cut out of LeSean McCoy on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne? To help promote its home opener, the Philadelphia Eagle professional football team reached out to Radnor Township.
The organization told Radnor officials that the area has one of the highest concentrations of season ticket holders in the Delaware Valley. "They wanted to come here as a way of acknowledging their fans," Kevin Kochanski, director of community development for Radnor, told Radnor Patch.
"The current administration is really high on
developing public/private partnerships. I saw it as a good opportunity
to start that relationship with the Eagles," Kochanski said.
"There are a lot of community events where
there may be future opportunities for them to be involved. Recreation
recently had the night at park where the Philly Phanatic made an
appearance. We may look at having Swoop (the Eagles' mascot) at an event," he said.
"After all, they are the best football team in the state," Kochanski said.