On Friday Erica Sword (left0 and Alex Perry used a lift to fit a giant-sized Chiefs jersey on the 32-foot-tall statue of Anubis that promotes the “The Discovery of King Tut” exhibit outside of Union Station. Sword, a costume designer for Quixotic, made the plus-size jersey and gave it Jaamal Charles' number after the public picked it in an online poll. Union Station will host a 100th anniversary kickoff celebration and a Chiefs Red Friday pep rally on Sept. 5.
On Friday Erica Sword (left0 and Alex Perry used a lift to fit a giant-sized Chiefs jersey on the 32-foot-tall statue of Anubis that promotes the “The Discovery of King Tut” exhibit outside of Union Station. Sword, a costume designer for Quixotic, made the plus-size jersey and gave it Jaamal Charles' number after the public picked it in an online poll. Union Station will host a 100th anniversary kickoff celebration and a Chiefs Red Friday pep rally on Sept. 5. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star
On Friday Erica Sword (left0 and Alex Perry used a lift to fit a giant-sized Chiefs jersey on the 32-foot-tall statue of Anubis that promotes the “The Discovery of King Tut” exhibit outside of Union Station. Sword, a costume designer for Quixotic, made the plus-size jersey and gave it Jaamal Charles' number after the public picked it in an online poll. Union Station will host a 100th anniversary kickoff celebration and a Chiefs Red Friday pep rally on Sept. 5. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star

Union Station’s Anubis dons a Chiefs jersey for Red Friday

August 22, 2014 10:50 AM

UPDATED August 22, 2014 06:54 PM

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