Model Facts:

75″ long x 45″ wide

34,560 Lego blocks

On display inside the Steeler Pro Shop at Acrisure Stadium!

Montour Elementary School students helped design the world’s
largest Lego block Terrible Towel. The community helped
build the project during STEMFest at The Mall At Robinson in Pittsburgh PA.

The Terrible Towel was created by the late Myron Cope, the Pittsburgh Steelers
broadcaster who needed a way to excite the team’s fans during a 1975 playoff football game
against the Baltimore Colts. Cope urged fans to take yellow dish towels to the game
and wave them throughout.

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of all Terrible Towel products benefits
Merakey Allegheny Valley School, a private non-profit organization supporting adults
with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Pennsylvania.

KDKA Story – Terrible Towel Made Of 34K Lego Pieces Completed At STEM Fest

Tribune Review Article – Montour Elementary kids make giant Terrible Towel out of Legos