Check out these sweet Capitals corn mazes

Brian Tinsman
October 07, 2018 - 9:50 pm

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Coming off of the first Stanley Cup Championship in franchise history, the Washington Capitals were the logical local team to get the corn maze treatment this fall, and two local farms were happy to oblige.

The first was Bowles Farm in Clements, Md., officially open to visitors this season including 106.7 The Fan columnist Rick Snider:

The 15-acre field features the familiar Caps logo, as well as text for 2018, #ALLCAPS and Rock The Red. I'm no lawyer, but this field probably does the trick of attracting Capitals and other D.C. sports fans without incurring the wrath of the Caps' legal department for copyright infringement.

The second corn maze, located at Greenstreet Gardens in Lothian, Md., is a bit more direct in naming the Capitals, along with the logo, Stanley Cup, 2018 and ALL CAPS. It too is open for the season:

Are you guys ready to #rockthered?! Join us for the opening weekend of our Fall Festival this weekend, 9/22 & 9/23 from 10:30-5:00. Let’s kick off fall by celebrating the #stanleycup win! ---- For more information, check out our Facebook page! . . . . . #washingtoncapitals #fallfestival #ALLCAPS #unleashthefury #letsgocaps #redrockers #slapshot #washington #capitals #nhl #rockthered #cornmaze

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Bringing a corn maze from conception to creation is about as difficult as you might imagine, according to Greenstreet Gardens owner Raymond Greenstreet II.

"Every year, it's kind of a struggle. We kind of work for about a month to try and figure out what we're going to do for our corn maze, and we thought, 'Let's honor the Caps and the Stanley Cup,'" he said. "Which was awesome, because everybody in South County is huge fans."


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