Found March 30, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Adam Foote
TEAMS: Colorado Avalanche

Former NHLer Adam Foote had this Colorado Avalanche bunk bed commissioned and now it’s the basis of on Etsy member’s business empire. Meet the $13,000 Zamboni bunk. Foote spent 19 years in the NHL, all but 3 within Avalanche/Nordiques organization, so it seems logical he’d want his kids to have a killer bunk. Enter the craftsmanship of Rick Brochu. This guy even tricked out the Zamboni.

Brochu, of Littleton, Colorado, says in his Etsy listing that the bunk “has upper and lower full size mattresses and features a working stereo, headlights, side marker lights, a steering wheel, pillow and blanket storage, and a custom paint job that can be done for the team of your choice.”

The dimensions are: 12 feet long, 5 feet wide, and 6 feet high. The builder promises that the Zamboni nameplate is the real deal. No knockoffs. The tires are motorcycle tires cut in half.

Again, $13,000 buys your kids years of bragging rights with the neighbor kids.


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