Found September 07, 2012 on
Fox Sports Southwest:
The owners of the "Largest Corn Maize In Oklahoma" want you to get lost in their Thunder pride this fall...literally.
Reding Farm in Chickasha, Oklahoma debuted their newest corn maze this week which features a full tribute to the 2012 Western Conference Champions Oklahoma City Thunder.
The maize features the team logo, a Kevin Durant jersey and a Michael Jordan "Jumpman" logo for good measure.
"The Thunder was kind enough to let us use their logo this year," Jerry Reding told Oklahoma television station KWTV News 9. "My daughter-in-law she goes 'Why don't you go for that?' We were quite excited, we didn't think they would let us do it."
The maze opens to the public on September 28th.
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