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Canucks unveil 1st mobile hockey organ

by Staff Writer / Vancouver Canucks
The Vancouver Canucks have unveiled the world’s first mobile hockey organ, dubbed The Fanboni. It looks like a little Zamboni but this one drives the streets of Vancouver, has an 800 watt Casio keyboard system, three t-shirt cannons and is manned by none other than Mike Kenney, the Canucks official organist.

“After 15 years playing the arena organ it’s nice to get out on the streets to get everyone excited. Hockey is in our blood, and fans can’t help but to yell ‘Charge!’ when I play the rally song,” said Kenney.

The Fanboni is the on-the-street execution of the Canucks new “Play for this.” marketing campaign. This year the Canucks are celebrating everything the Canucks play for: the way hockey unites friends and communities, the dreams it inspires, the goosebumps, and of course, the cheers.

“The Vancouver Canucks have always had incredibly passionate fans and our focus is on creating a great hockey atmosphere and experience. If we can bring that excitement and feeling to the streets, it’s great for hockey in Vancouver,” said Kenny.

He won’t say where or when you’ll be able to see The Fanboni, adding “It’s better when it’s a surprise. One minute you’re having a beer on a patio, then up drives The Fanboni and I’ll have you cheering when I fire up the classic rally songs.”


The Fanboni makes it's maiden voyage:

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