Levi’s Stadium Fanwalk brick maps will be sent in early August

Jul 21, 2014 at 10:15 AM--



Photo by Jack Hill, Project Executive for Levi's Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers announced to purchasers today that maps to locate their custom Levi's Stadium Fanwalk bricks will be sent out to them in early August.

The follow email was received by fans that purchased a custom brick.

Congratulations on securing your place in history on the Levi's® Stadium Fanwalk.

As we approach the stadium opening and Fanwalk unveiling, we wanted to let you know that your brick location map will be sent out to you in early August prior to the 49ers first preseason game on August 17.

Each section of bricks in the Fanwalk is designated by a special engraved marker. These markers make up a unique mapping plan that will serve to help you locate your personalized brick. The Levi's® Stadium Fanwalk is prominently on display at Intel Gate A.

Please expect your brick location map to arrive in the mail soon. If you have any questions, please contact us at 855-LS-FANWALK, or simply reply to this email.

Sincerely,

Levi's® Stadium Fanwalk





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