Belly up to the Beast Bus
Seahawks fans like to go big on game day, and when it comes to tailgating, it doesn't get any bigger than the Beast Bus.
The 1986 double-decker bus has become a popular pre-game spot for Hawks fans.
"I didn't think it would be this elaborate. I thought it was going to be a party deck up top and a little bit of music. And it turned into something way more than what I thought," said co-owner Ben Seher.
The Beast Bus features original Kingdome seats autographed by the players themselves, as well as a Super Bowl Lombardi trophy from New York. The most striking display, however, is the selection of 12-themed refreshments.
The drinks are free, but donations are always accepted and the money they make goes to charities that the Beast Bus supports.
"We raise a lot. We raise between six to eight thousand dollars per game."
The bus can be found in Hawk Alley before and after every home game.
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