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Big Fat Fish Company, Sunday, 1p-3p
Big Fat Fish Company, Sunday, 1p-3p
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Date(s) - November 17, 2013
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Big Fat Fish Company

Join Classic Rock 92.9 KISM at the Big Fat Fish Company this Sunday for a Seattle Seahawks watch party and another chance to register for the Ultimate Man Cave.

Stop in and say hi to Lynn Roberts and watch the Seahawks take on the Minnesota Vikings.  Plus, enjoy food and drink specials during the game and sign up for the Ultimate Man Cave.

The Seattle Seahawks look to continue their winning ways, and you can show your support this Sunday beginning at 1pm at the Big Fat Fish Company in Fairhaven with 92.9 KISM.

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