Chiefs rally scene made into poster to benefit World War I Memorial

A photo of the Chiefs rally at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday is being made into a poster that will benefit the World War I Museum and Memorial. The photo is by Dave von Fintel.
Another photo being made into a poster depicted today’s crowd celebrating the Chiefs victory at the National World War I Museum and Memorial. Sales of the poster will benefit the museum. The photo is by Dan Videtich.

A poster of today’s rally honoring the Kansas City Chiefs, Super Bowl winners, in Kansas City, Missouri, is now a fan collector item that benefits the National World War I Museum and Memorial.

Two poster prints will be available, one of the World War I Museum and Memorial, which is 14 inches by 22 inches, and the other of the Union Station, 14 by 26.

Thousands of Chiefs fans are in the pictures.

Each print is $20 and can be purchased at: https://shop.theworldwar.org/collections/chiefs-2020.

The images were captured by award-winning photographers Dan Videtich and Dave von Fintel. Proceeds from sales of each poster benefit the National WWI Museum and Memorial, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that receives no federal funding.

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