Confused Rockies Fan

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  • (1888PressRelease) October 26, 2007 - BRIGHTON, COLORADO: Ambitious inventor Tim Hall is a die hard Rockies fan, or is it Red Sox fan? He is definitely torn between the two having being born and raised in New England and played baseball there many years before moving to Colorado. A once died in the wool Red Sox fan, he is now faced with the problem that he has designed and built two baseball vehicles, a classic Boston Red Sox car in Boston, and a “Bull Pen” Rockies golf cart in Brighton. Needless to say, he is somewhat torn between loyalties during the World Series.

    “You know, I grew up with the Red Sox, and eventually got hold of a classic 1957 Nash Metropolitan car and gave it a Red Sox baseball hat, decorating it with Red Sox logos,” he said. “After moving to Colorado, I became a Rockies fan, and designed a Rockies bull pen cart with colors and logos. Now, I don’t know which one to drive around during the World Series!”

    The Nash has been featured at twenty major league stadiums, 2 World Series events, and the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York. Its success inspired Tim to start his own specialty sports vehicle business, Custom Caddy Werx.

    “I guess discretion is the better part of valor in this instance. I don’t think the Nash would last long driving around the streets of Denver right now,” he said. “Besides, I have become a full fledged Rockies fan, so at least I have the cart to enjoy with others during this most fabulous time in their history.”

    He finally opted to loan the Rockies cart to a local radio station during the series, and as for the Nash, well, he’s thinking of renting it out to a Boston media outlet. Whatever his decision, he thinks his creativity brings a bright light to both teams as he honors baseball for all the joy the teams have given him and millions of others over the years.

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