David Rosen
The largest 12 flag in support of the Seattle Seahawks was flown over West Seattle in a special ceremony on Jan. 30 outside the West Seattle Corporate Center on Delridge Way S.W. Sponsored by Bartell Drugs and Metropolitan Market the flag is 30 feet by 50 feet in size.

SLIDESHOW: Largest 12 flying flag goes up in West Seattle

The Seattle Seahawks, set for the Superbowl on Sunday, got a unique and out sized salute in West Seattle on Thursday Jan. 30 with the flying of a 30 foot by 50 foot 12 flag, said to be the largest flying 12th 'fan' flag.
It's called 12th Fan, not 12th Man because of the copyright on that name held by Texas A&M University.

On hand to raise the flag were White Center's own former NFL quarterback Jack Thompson and former Seahawk Robbie Tobeck.

Approximately 200 people gathered outside the West Seattle Corporate Center on Delridge Way S.W. for the event which featured remarks from Thompson and Tobeck and representatives from Bartell Drugs and Metropolitan Market who sponsored the event.

The flag was made by a company in Tacoma.

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