Thursday, 20 September 2012

Lobotomy Room Enters Stadium Naming Rights Bidding!

Sept. 20, 2012

REGINA (AP) – Lobotomy Room is excited to announce it anticipates being considered as naming rights holder for the new stadium. Should Lobotomy Room be successful in our bid, and as the Roughriders transition from old to new, an eye to the past and the team’s history would be recognized in numerous ways including an onsite team museum that will be home to; player profiles, news articles, pictures, videos, team items, and memorabilia. Lobotomy Room is the long standing leader in preserving Rider history, which make us a natural choice for a naming rights proposal. Based on our experience building an iconic Riders collection, we anticipate involvement as a museum consultant and the possibility exists of the entire site being named; Stadium & Museum.
Lobotomy Room’s head curator states; “Honoring the teams storied and proud past as the Roughriders move into the future is very important to the community. Having Lobotomy Room as a partner going forward would be a dream come true for us. We are thrilled about a possible contribution based on our extensive documentation of Rider history”.
      Stay tuned in the coming months for more information regarding great additions to the new home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Eighth Roughrider Card Ever Produced Is Found!

Lobotomy Room has discovered a rare Roughriders card from the 1956 Shredded Wheat series. These cards were available in breakfast cereal that year and are the first Roughrider cards ever produced. The Ken Casner card is the eighth in the Riders series.