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Seahawks Sea Cave Shows One Fan's Love for the Team

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Szendre has bar stools with the Seahawks' logo on them. Szendre has bar stools with the Seahawks' logo on them.
WEST RICHLAND, WA- Instead of a Man Cave, Steve Szendre built a Sea Cave to show off his love for the Seahawks.

This is no ordinary fan's room with a few collector's items.

"People see it and they go, 'oh, we want to see it,' and you know what they say, 'wow, you really did it right,'" said Steve Szendre, Sea Cave owner.

Szendre and his wife built their house three years ago and just recently moved in.  They had clue what to do with the downstairs area, so Szendre's wife left it up to him.

"My wife Terry asked me what kind of theme I wanted and I told her, 'is there any doubt?' I said, 'Seahawks!'"

Szendre has been a fan since 1976.

"As soon as the Seahawks came and having all the information on them and watching the team grow.  It's just great.  I think it's great to have a local team," said Szendre.

He has everything Seahawks you could possibly think of.  Everything from stools that go with their Seahawks bar, to the accessories, a Seahawks bathroom for when you need a break during the commercials, a pool table for entertainment during halftime, and the main attraction, the theater, where the big game is watched.

There is even a 12th man flag and lights that showed his pride.

Szendre plans on fixing up the guest room next.

"I'm trying to work my way into that, trying to put things in there, so when Sherman comes to stay, he'll have a nice room to stay because I've invited him," said Szendre.

Szendre said he is not done yet.  He said they probably have 500 other items to add to the Sea Cave.  
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