Minnesota Vikings legend Bud Grant schedules 2016 garage sale


Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Bud Grant has become famous for his annual garage sales full of great team merchandise and has one scheduled for 2016.

Most of the year, the Twitter account for legendary Minnesota Vikings head coach Bud Grant is silent. However, around May of every year things seem to pick up the pace and the account begins to promote the Grant family garage sale.

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May 3rd of this year is when the activity started. The tweet announced the dates and times of the Grant family rummage sale at 8134 Oakmere Road in Bloomington, Minnesota as well as the recommendation to mark your calendars for the event.

Here is Grant’s tweet with the scheduled sale times:

In addition to the standard assortment of garage sale merchandise, there are always Minnesota Vikings items on hand that can be autographed by Bud Grant himself. That includes pennants, hats, and, of course, some stuff for the Randy Moss fan out there.

If nothing, this is a great opportunity to meet a Minnesota Vikings legend and possibly pick up some great team merchandise. Plus, with so many other items on display, you may see other things you could use or maybe even a DVD you’d love to add to your collection.

Whether you’re searching for Minnesota Vikings merchandise, interested in Bud Grant, or just love rummage sales, Bud Grant’s yearly sales always have something great to offer. And, let’s be honest here, everyone in the world could use a DVD copy of the Garfield movie or Madagascar..especially if you can get your movie case autographed by a Vikings legend.

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If you’re a Minnesota Vikings fan in the Bloomington, Minnesota area between May 18th and May 20th, you should be sure to stop in and see what the former Minnesota Vikings head coach has to offer garage sale patrons. Each year, he seems to have a wider assortment of items at the event and his family always chips in with more traditional sale items to make it a memorable annual event.