L.L.Bean recycles Fenway Park tarp for totes

Posted April 18, 2013, at 5:44 a.m.
L.L.Bean is recycling the Fenway Park tarp -- last year's 100th anniversary infield cover. They are making tote bags out of it. One of our Brunswick Landing tenants, New England Tent and Awning, is cutting it up for them. Hangar 5 is the only building large enough to handle the project.
Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority | Ben Sturtevant
L.L.Bean is recycling the Fenway Park tarp -- last year's 100th anniversary infield cover. They are making tote bags out of it. One of our Brunswick Landing tenants, New England Tent and Awning, is cutting it up for them. Hangar 5 is the only building large enough to handle the project.
Last year's 100th anniversary infield cover with L.L. Bean inside Hanger 5.
Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority
Last year's 100th anniversary infield cover with L.L. Bean inside Hanger 5.
Cutting up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover to make tote bags out of it.
Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority
Cutting up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover to make tote bags out of it.
Sizing up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover. L.L.Bean is recycling the Fenway Park tarp and making tote bags out of it.
Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority | Ben Sturtevant
Sizing up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover. L.L.Bean is recycling the Fenway Park tarp and making tote bags out of it.
Cutting up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover to recycle the Fenway tarp by making tote bags with the pieces.
Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority | Ben Sturtevant
Cutting up last year's 100th anniversary infield cover to recycle the Fenway tarp by making tote bags with the pieces.

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