Introducing the World’s Biggest Saskatoon Blades Fan!

World's Biggest Sasaktoon Blades Fan constructed of BigSteelBox shipping containers

BigSteelBox recently opened their doors in Saskatoon and to celebrate their love of the city they constructed the World’s Biggest Saskatoon Blades Fan at their location on 401 Cory Road, just 4km northeast of Saskatoon off HWY 12. The structure is also visible from HWY #11.

BigSteelBox provides a variety of moving and storage solutions for both commercial and residential needs.

“We’re extremely pleased to have a store in Saskatoon and what better way to celebrate than constructing a Saskatoon Blades fan,” said Bob Anderson, Marketing Director. “This is a unique way to announce our arrival in the community, while demonstrating the versatility and durability of a BigSteelBox.”

The mammoth structure took weeks to engineer and stands approximately 52 feet high, making it a landmark for area residents. The World's Biggest Saskatoon Blades Fan is constructed entirely of 16 different BigSteelBoxes. The Saskatoon Blades logo was placed on the structure to show the company’s support for the local Western Hockey League team.

“BigSteelBox is also supporting the Saskatoon Blades by sponsoring the "BigSteelPenalty Box" for the upcoming season. We are looking forward to creating some excitement for the upcoming season with this initiative,” said Anderson.

BigSteelBox has locations across BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario, and is Canada’s leader in On Demand Mobile Storage. It rents and sells new and used shipping containers made of eight-gauge steel. In addition to residential moving and storage, the boxes are widely used for construction, retail and industrial storage. BigSteelBoxes are secure, wind and water-proof, rodent-proof, fire-resistant, with hard wood floors, and can have lock boxes installed. The company has been built around the idea that a BigSteelBox is a better way to move and store stuff. By bringing the storage to the customer, BigSteelBox has eliminated some of the most stressful aspects of moving and storage.

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